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Morning visit to the Kremlin, including Cathedral Square and the Armoury Museum with its collection of imperial crowns and carriages was the next on the cards.
We were only allowed to take photos of the buildings outside but not allowed to take any photos of the clothing, carriages, weapons and everything else that was on show.
The gardens were beautiful and we found where the president helicopter lands
And it was lovely walking around in the sun exploring as much as you were allowed too.
This was also where I fell over, and I felt my knee bones move. It was excruciating pain in my knee and it also meet that my afternoon tour to the Arbat quarter, followed by a tour of selected Moscow metro stations, so called underground palaces adorned with marble and chandeliers was cancelled. I spent the afternoon with a ice cubes in towels wrapped around my knee in my hotel room. I also could not go on the final meal with the group so I spent it in the hotel restaurant.
This was my last meal and it was delicious. Chicken in a mushroom sauce with wild rice and was delicious.
The next morning, the group had plans to explore but I had to decline. I could only manage to walk down towards Moskva River.
I found Gorky Park and the Peter The Great statute.
And then we were off to the airport, it was interesting to see some of the residential buildings on the way
The Moscow airport was one of the biggest and longest that I have ever seen.
I was then put in a wheelchair and did not get to see much of the airport apart from the behind the scenes. This whole trip to Russia has been amazing and I have enjoyed myself so much. This was a dream come true for me and I am over the moon to have seen nearly everything that I had wanted too. I really hope I return and explore more of this beautiful country.