One of the fairly recent news that I wanted to share here is that Moscow will become even prettier soon :) Moscow authorities approved the demolition of 120 gray concrete fences in the city centre. Peter and I are always on a look out for nice juicy burgers, and I don’t mean McDonalds or Burger King. That sort of food I often try to avoid, as I always feel like I’ve eaten a brick afterwards… In May this year Moscow authorities have completed the make-over of 22 bridges around Moscow river bank adding new lighting to the bridges. Moscow is one of the most expensive cities in the world which might deter some budget travelers from visiting Russian capital. Moscow is the second biggest city in Europe in terms of population, after Istanbul. According to 2014 data there are 12.1 million people living in Russia’s capital. The Moscow Underground is an essential part of life in the capital, and is the main pillar of the whole public transport system in the city. It was our first wedding anniversary on Saturday 15th of March (and 3 year dating anniversary), and since it was my turn to come up with a plan for the day, i.e. surprise my husband, I decided to pick a memorable venue to eat out to celebrate the date. We’ve recently been to an amazing exhibition in Moscow’s Central House of Artists (Centralny Dom Khudozhnika. Info about CHA). The territory of the Kremlin is where Moscow’s history began. The fortress around this spot was first built upon in 1156 by Yuri Dolgorukiy.