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On Thursday we took the 6:45am sapsan train from Moscow to Vladimir, a journey of 1hr and 45 minutes, from there we caught the local bus to Suzdal, a 35km trip which cost 72 roubles (less than€1). The local bus terminates at Suzdal bus station which is on the outskirts of town, but for a further 14roubles we were able to continue on that bus into town.
... of mosquito, be the best mosquito you can be. Those in Suzdal are doing just that. Anyway, feeling restless, it was time to explore Suzdal. This was going to be relatively eay given its small size. I picked up a pastry, which was barely edible, from a convenience store and made the way along muddy roads towards the local kremlin. The 11th-century kremlin is enclosed within an earthen berm on all sides. Within these walls are a few structures, including ...
... solid stature, the huge bosom, the face carved in granite, the black jackboots - and that's her. She took us around the walled monastery, the local Kremlin, many churches, some museum piece peasants' houses and finished up in the history museum where 4 of the local monks performed a short hymn. Great harmonies and excellent acoustics. We left a tip but didn't purchase the CD.
All of ...
... wood. Whole families would live in a 2 room place, huddled in the main room where the stove was, heating the house during harsh cold Russian winters. We then headed to the Monastery of our Savior, where we heard a bone-chilling a capella quartet choral interlude. The acoustics just blew us away and my favorite part of the day. Last but not least, we visited the Suzdal Kremlin itself and ...
... was an interesting experience. We got to the bus
station in Moscow, bought our ticket and waited to board our bus. At the
appropriate time, we edged our way forward to get onto the age old transporter,
only to get to the front of the queue and be shouted at in Russian. After much
one way discussion, we realised that, although we each had a ticket, our
luggage didn’t! So Sean had to find the luggage ticket office and buy our bags