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From the gates we continued down the main road to the Cathedral of the Assumption, overlooking the Klyazma River, it was founded in 1158 by Vladimir prince Andrei Bogolubsky. Apparently the cathedral suffered massive looting and violence during Tatar invasions, but was restored in the 18th century. It is another stunning UNESCO world heritage listed ...
... to successfully place our orders. I had a pork chop and some french fries, which was pretty decent. Upon arriving back at the hostel, I learned, via lessons in mosquito and childhood behaviors, that the initial comfort I experienced was going to be short-lived. As I laid down to sleep, I was swarmed by the six-legged pests. The onslaught was relentless as the constant buzzing around my head continued throughout the night. This was coupled with the loud and ...
... as a stop, we mostly stayed in one spot, checking out the Cathedral of Assumption and the nearby area. It was here we saw some hope of better weather - blue pathes in the cloud.
Next a lunch stop at Glombus (supermarket chain) where it was cafeteria style. Didn't have borscht a 3rd day in a row - tempting but no.
We arrived in Suzdal in the mid-afternoon, picking up ...
... local costume dancing, singing, playing music what a time to be there. Walked into all the villages in the town and then had to leave on the bus catch the train and get back to Moscow. Decided before returning to have a last look around Moscow ended up back at our hotel at 10pm and into bed at midnight another good day but long. Off tomorrow to St Petersburg again by bullet train this time it is to get up to 250klm per ...
... train rolled into the station. We flew along the platform towards our carriage as our honcho told us the train only stopped for 2 minutes. Adrenlin ran through me as I literally threw my very heavy suitcase onto the train. Now Gareth and I have suitcase, I have one big case and one little carry on case. It has proved to be a major pain in the backside as everyone else brought backpacks. On the train we made our way down the narrow aisle to our ...