From Moscow With Love (iii)

Assalamualaikum wbt

Last Sunday, I went for an outing with fellow 6th year girls (K-reen, K-run, Shima, Auyun, Rodo and Lisa) and some of the 5th year girls. We went to the Tsaritsino Castle, Museum and Park somewhere in the south-east region of Moscow.

We brought some food which were hidden in our bags since no open picnic is allowed in the park. We played some games (Actually, only one game named Regu and the result was draw. Aishhh). We didn’t go into the museum. We just had some sightseeings. Walking around the castle itself was very tiring. Just imagine, how would it be if we spent time visiting the whole museum territory as well.

Let the pictures do the talking. Oh ya. My fellow Moscovites, don’t forget to pay a visit to the park. The fountain is simply superb. You will definitely love it, and the lake, and the trees, and the flowers, and the ancient buildings, and everything!


The entrance


1/4 of the lake


The park behind the castle


The castle


The girls


The bridge and the fountain


The 6th year students (plus Che Nab Lalala) (^_~)

Note 1: Tsaritsino Castle, Museum and Park is listed in UNESCO World’s Heritage.

Note 2: I noticed one thing about historical places in Moscow. At the entrance, they will make a few announcements in different languages to welcome people to the place. Or at least, to let people notice there is a historical place over there. And it sounds something like this: Dear Moscovites and guests of the city. Whenever I hear this phrase, I feel veryย  warm and welcomed. And I was like being hypnotized for three times to pay these places a visit: Moscow Historical Museum, Moscow Archeological Museum and Tsaritsino Castle, Museum and Park. It would be great if we can listen to something similar at our museums which may, or at least, touch the hearts of many to visit museums. Hey, visiting museums is cool. ๐Ÿ˜Ž

Note 3: Nadia, do you notice my scarf? ๐Ÿ˜‰

10 Responses to “From Moscow With Love (iii)”

  1. acai says on :

    first!!!! ok, nak sambung baca..


  2. acai says on :

    waaaa, bestnya dapat jalan2 kat sana..mesti nyaman je suasana dan udaranya kan sarah..:) lelagi kalau…ermm ada ____________ kan? *laarrikkkkkk!!!


    Sarah Reply:

    Alhamdulillah memang nyaman hari tu. Kebetulan je tak panas sangat macam hari biasa.

    p/s: Acai, saya terpaksa edit sikit komen awak. Awak mesti faham kenapa kan ๐Ÿ™‚


    saffa Reply:

    ๐Ÿ˜ˆ Ha………………………. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
    Rugi plak tak sempat baca.. mesti ada something ni! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ


    Diya Reply:

    heeeee. bila baca komen acai sekali lagi, baru diya faham. acai acai. eh. kak sarah kak sarah ๐Ÿ˜†


  3. acai says on :

    hahaha, orait sarah..:) sy faham,hihi..sorry sorry…huisshhhh, tidolah dah pagi ni sarah..:P


    Sarah Reply:

    Ni dah cerah dah kat sini. Dah bangun tido dah. Subuh masuk awal. Dah dah. Kerja kerja. ๐Ÿ˜Ž


  4. Diya says on :

    okay. sudah curious dengan perkataan yang digariskan itu. ngeh ๐Ÿ˜†

    owh. tengok gambar2 ni sampai je gambar castle tu… terus “whoaaaa”. dan gambar bridge n fountain terus “oh my!”. cantik lah! =D


  5. sinar_islami says on :

    cantiknye akak.hehe pemandangan tau yg cantik.nak g jalan2 jga..
    hehe alamak sikap ign tahu jga la apa perktaan yg digariskn..
    jgn lupa khabar apa2 brita penting ya.. ๐Ÿ˜€


  6. thia says on :

    akak,polik laa..

    td ada hanta pemberi komen nombor dua..atas saya tadi kak falin..tengok2 dh takde daaa..




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