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Vladimir and Suzdal (Part 2)

Hello everyone! =) Previously I began to tell you about my trip to Vladimir and Suzdal, so now I'd like to go on and tell you about my second day there.
Well, next day of my little holiday I decided to visit Suzdal (honestly, it was not really my decigion - my Vladimir's friends had already planned it for me). We went there in the morning and planned to stay there untill evening, but the town was too small to spend so many time there... We have visited the Cremlin and all the museums situated in it (it was very interesting! so many antient books and weapon!) and then we went to visit The Museum of Wooden Аrchitecture - it's a complex of antient wooden buildings, which is situated apart of the Cremlin (they are seperated with a small river called Kamenka. So you have to make a little walk to get there).
The Museum of Wooden Architecture was not so interesting to me as a proper museum...but it was a nice place to walk =) Probably, it was more interesting to the excited foreigners wandered around us (there's a lot of foreign tourists in Suzdal, I think that place is more interesting to them, than to Russians...). Anyway, after visiting that place we decided to get back, going through the Suzdal's Market - to buy souvenirs and drink a bit of mead =). So, our trip to Suzdal had taken just six hours!
When we were back, we went our homes to have a little rest and a dinner, and then we have met once again to have a fantastic evening together. We wanted to go to an anti-caffe for table games and little tea, but it was closed. So, we had to change our minds, and firstly we were sitting in The Central Park, playing cards, and then we were just wandering around the city's center joking, laughing and having a proper fun! The guys were fantastic!))) Now I miss them a lot =)
In the late night, sitting on my bed in a dormitory, I was chatting to my British friend telling him abut the places I have visited, sharing my impressions and plans for the next pre-last day of my trip... =)

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    Vladimir and Suzdal (Part 2)

    Hello everyone! =) Previously I began to tell you about my trip to Vladimir and Suzdal, so now I'd like to go on and tell you about my second day there.
    Well, the next day of my little holiday I decided to visit Suzdal (honestly, it was not really my decision - my Vladimir's friends had already planned it for me). We went there in the morning and planned to stay there untill evening, but the town was too small to spend too much time there... We have visited the kremlin and all the museums situated in it (it was very interesting! so many ancient books and weapons!) and then we went to visit The Museum of Wooden Аrchitecture - it's a complex of ancient wooden buildings, which is situated apart from the kremlin (they are seperated by a small river called Kamenka. So you have to take a little walk to get there).
    The Museum of Wooden Architecture was not as interesting to me as a proper museum...but it was a nice place to walk =) Probably, it was more interesting to the excited foreigners wandering around us (there's a lot of foreign tourists in Suzdal, I think that place is more interesting to them, than to Russians...). Anyway, after visiting that place we decided to get back, going through the Suzdal's Market - to buy souvenirs and drink a bit of mead =). So, our trip to Suzdal had taken just six hours!
    When we got back, we went to our homes to have a little rest and a dinner, and then we have met once again to have a fantastic evening together. We wanted to go to an anti-caffe for table games and a little tea, but it was closed. So, we had to change our minds, and firstly we were sitting in the Central Park, playing cards, and then we were just wandering around the city's center joking, laughing and having a proper fun! The guys were fantastic!))) Now I miss them a lot =)
    In the late at night, sitting on my bed in a dormitory, I was chatting to my British friend telling him about the places I have visited, sharing my impressions and plans for the penultimate day of my trip... =)

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