Colorful Domes of St Basil’s Cathedral in Red Square Moscow

St. Basil's Cathedral Moscow

About Larry Bosco

In 2010 I had one of those “Is this all there is” moments and so in January 2011 I retired from Real Estate Appraising, sold off all my worldly goods and headed out as a solo traveler in search of a new place to live. Since then I’ve traveled around the world, made new friends and had many great adventures and some not so great. After staying almost a year in Cuenca, Ecuador I have headed back to South East Asia where I began the journey in 2011. Currently I am living in Chiang Mai, Thailand
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4 Responses to Colorful Domes of St Basil’s Cathedral in Red Square Moscow

  1. We found a bronze frog drum in chiang Mai a couple of years ago and had it shipped to our condo in Hawaii. Since then we have moved into a house and want to purchase another. I am unable to locate the company that manufactured them and would like to know if you have any contacts there that you might share with us.

  2. Nick LiVolsi says:

    It’s probably the same temperature in Moscow as in Boston!
    What brought you there this time of the year?

    • Larry Bosco says:

      I am not in Russia…only a madman would go to Moscow in January. No this is just me catching up on a trip that I had not written about. I am in warm, sunny Chiang Mai,Thailand till the 4th of Feb. when I head to Myanmar for another Viking River Cruise. I remember Boston in January…yikes…hope you have your long johns on.

  3. Ron S. says:

    Larry,
    Arriving in Red Square was a breathtaking moment for Denise and I due to the iconic place that it is. In films and videos it does look quite btt larger though. But still very cool. I particularly liked seeing it at night. The Russians do a good job of preserving their historic sites and are very good at lighting them to show them to best advantage at night.

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