Did you mean?
Happy Birthday Lena! Wish you a great day!
Happy birthday from Lancashire England
nice to meet you
Hi! I see you have already been to Moscow! So, how did you get around? What are your impressions: what did you like most/less?Your Moscow photos are very beautiful on ladiesabroad.se ;)By the way, I've been to Stockholm last year — it's very beautiful, especially the view from water ;)
Hi. My all time favorite was the exterior St Basil´s Cathedral and alså other buildings facing the ReaSquare. Kremlin was nice as well, but it started to snow when I was in there and it got wery cold and was hard to take photos.Regarding getting around; I changed to a hotel next to the Red Squere last minute, and I was so glad I did it so I could wake up in the middle of everything
Most museums are old-fashioned - no cards"Tickets to the Kremlin" - Kremlin Tip by MuscoviteFor restaurants - time is money; http://www.bosco.ru/en/restoration/If you choose GUM, you save your time, but hardly the money (Good news - they surely will take your VISA)
Of all the Kremlin cathedrals The Assumption is the most stunning, it's the official one, too.Phoned there right now to check - still no photos.In fact no photos anywhere INSIDE (the Armoury, f.e., but I guess you won't have time for it), on the contrary, the territory is OK for photo-shooting, and there's a lot out there.I was just about to warn that it may be too cold for photos outside, but seeing you come from from Sweden changed my mind. Hejsan hoppsan :))))
Hejsan hoppsan tillbaka!
Hi, see here "St.Basil’s Cathedral" - Red Square - Saint Basil Cathedral Tip by MuscoviteSt. Basil's site says photos are OK, but frankly, I don't see the point http://www.saintbasil.ru/en/cust.htmlP.S.It appears I am switched off the forums, that's why I can't answer the question the normal way; VT technical support keeps silence
Let them phone the Kremlin museums themselves, then :))))
happy birthday...best wish to you..,.,
Happy Birthday! Best Wishes on your special day:)