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Travel Blogs from Suzdal
... Russian Scrabble for a bloody amount of money, a Russian cartoon show DVD, and a few books in Russian, consisting of the works of Pushkin and my favourite author Franz Kafka. Also have been talking to the English teachers here and I have developed the idea of doing international English teaching. One of the teachers even gave me tips on how to get certified. I hate to be briefe but since im barrowing computer time I must go. Hope all is well.
Hello again all,
I am back at it with a new update its been a couple of days due to the fact that internet here is rough and my laptop refuses to boot up properly. None the less, I have some fascinating new tales to recount chief being my trip to the lovely village of Suzdal, an old Russian village with many cathedrals and chapels. The place was amazing, I got to see three different cathedrals, allot of northern Russian landscape and the Suzdal Kremlin. The weather ...
... there that has been open for 300 years which is pretty cool, but too rich for our blood, so we opted to head back to town and look at some more old buildings before having dinner at a different restaurant where the prices were lower and the menu in English. Delicious but not as good as the previous night. Returning to the hostel I met a few Asian travelers and spent the night conversing with them while we all waited for the half dozen little ...
... to my dismay, I felt the beginnings of a sore throat. Must've been all the walking around town in the brisk air. I headed back to the hostel to organise train tickets and accommodation for the next few legs of my journey. Thankfully the Russian railways website is fantastic to use so this was easy. I got talking to Peter, a Canadian also doing the trans-Siberian about our travel plans. We were joined in the dorm by two other Canadians who had just arrived, Iphi and Olivier. ...
Today we leave Moscow and head out into the country (about 4 hours out) - and the weather has turned ugly on us. It is raining as we leave the hotel, and gets worse as we go. To make matters worse, our guide tells us that they are having a Global Warming day in western Europe and Scandanavia, while we are getting a blast of cold air straight off the north pole.
Our first stop is a town called Vladimir, and we pick up a local guide to show ...
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Gorodok, Suzdal | Hotelfrom $8
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