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... Suzdal - and check in to our motel. It is quite a cozy, comfortable affair, and it has WiFi that works. After we get checked in, we form up to trek down the road for dinner. The weather hasn't improved any, and it would be interesting to know what the locals make of a bunch of tourists huddled under umbrellas like a conga line, making their way through the paddock to dinner.
The meal is quite nice - and again the courses seem to come ...
... you are travelling with someone, and in
a hostel, you will always find someone to talk to. We have met some amazing
people in hostels, people who we are still friends with today. Another obvious
reason is of course cost. You can spend 1 month in a hostel and spend the same
amount of money in 1 week in a hotel. Most hostels have kitchens, or some sort
of cooking facility, which means that you don’t always have to go out in search
... irritation with constantly moving was getting to us and creating tension within the group which had already hit a point, and at times created uncomfortable situations. But we trooped on with our next destination in sight! The henchmen were trying to buy tickets to the ballet at the bulshoi theatre... Ms Sandiego was asking about the opening times of St Basils cathedral... She was overheard talking about the treasures of the Armoury... Hope you can keep on my trail, ...
Why Golden Ring? It is a string of the country's oldest towns that formed the core of eastern Kyvian Rus. The whole stretch is covered in onion-shaped domes, kremlins and little cottages.
We started off the Golden Ring in Vladimir visitng the Assumption Cathedral, St. George's Chapel and Cathedral of St.Dmitry.
... s, but impressive in its own way. Among several domed cathedrals (take "cathedrals" here to mean small churches), Suzdal has several made completely out of wood. I crossed a narrow wooden bridge to the other side of the river, looking at some other churches along the way. I have heard that Suzdal once had a church for every 12 people in the town, and a quick 360° scan of the area would be more than enough to confirm this statistic. ...