A wonderful classic breakfast to our liking! Lovely coffee, fresh pastries. It's very nice. We took the coffee away and went to explore Vladimir.
This reserve includes unique architectural monuments. St. Dmitry's Cathedral - a stunning white-stone church, the palace church of Prince Vsevolod the Big Nest (~1190) Carved, airy, solemn, joyful - is only a small number of epithets that appear in the head when you see it. Golden Gate (~1158 -1164), with the Gate Church of the Virgin Mary's Resurrection, are the only preserved to this day. There is also a historical museum, Dormition Cathedral and as many as 52 monuments of architecture. It's impossible to describe. You have to walk, watch, study, record, take pictures and admire.
Wonderful museum of immersion in the life of the city of that time. It's atmospheric and interesting. Pleasant presentation of material. Interesting, everything is memorable. Wonderful observation deck upstairs. Don't forget to take pictures.
We'll stop for lunch on the way. It's delicious, fast and good. What surprises me about this trip are the names of cafes and restaurants. The interiors are also very eccentric - either oriental motifs or leopard prints. I liked the menu, it's delicious and simple.
The next point of our trip is Pavlovsky Posad. Probably a well-known place of production of shawls of extraordinary beauty. Until now they use traditional methods of making natural scarves from wool and silk, which have no equal in the world. You can buy such kerchiefs and scarves in the company's shopping center next door, and we will visit the museum. In the museum, we were told the history of the craft and shown the technology of making a handkerchief. For those who wish there is a master class, so you can leave with your own handkerchief or napkin. It's interesting, informative, exciting. It's closed on Mondays.
We conclude our journey with a delicious dinner. In a restaurant on the river Chernogolovka. The atmosphere was completely in line with the name. I liked both the menu and the service. The atmospheric end of the trip.