Sunday, August 28, 2011
One more big park to hit before we go home, Kolomenskoye Park.
This palace is a reconstruction of one Tsar Alexis I had built in the mid 17th century. I'm not sure about the reconstruction but the original had 250 rooms, built with no saws, nails or hooks.
We started at the top of the hill and winded our way down.
We paused for a game of frisbee.
Restrooms were non-existant.
Views over looking the river where we eventually ended our walk.
An old cemetary we passed through
Down, down we go!
Leave it to the boy to discover another creek. This one was icy cold!
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