Moscow Day 1
I have been wanting to visit Moscow for as long as I can remember. Because I was in a Russian school, I always used to read about it in my textbooks and imagine what it would be like in real life. Its actually pretty ironic how I spoke Russian my whole life but never visited it.
The first country on our Euro Trip was Moscow. Simply because it is the closest city to Ulan Bator and I begged my parents like a lil girl to see it :D. After a 6 hour flight, we landed in Moscow. The city was all I imagined to be. The Red Square, Kremlin and St Basil’s Cathedral were all beautiful.
The amazing St Basil’s Cathedral was built in 1555 and now serves as a museum. It was initially built by Ivan the terrible and had 8 different churches around the Intersection Church. It has a very unique architecture and many people reference it to a bonfire firing up to the sky.
These Tod’s loafers are the comfiest! Since I bought them few months ago, they have become my go to shoes because they are so easy to walk around in. Here are some other colours
Silk scarf bought in India