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... ever Russian printing house. Established at the directive of Ivan the Terrible in 1553, it produced Russia's first ever printed book "The Apostle". The beautiful and ornately decorated blue Gothic building with its lion and unicorn sculptures, is now home to the Russian State University for the Humanities.
Our walk took us through the well known gated walkway of the Tretyakovsky Passage, embellished by a beautiful Russian styled arch which ...
... likely to freak out about something going wrong than I would have been before.
I think I lost about 10 pounds on the trip as well, with all the walking and biking. Probably would've lost more but around belgium I started eating and drinking more, and that never really stopped. I usually allowed myself to eat and drink whatever I wanted, under the guise that I was in europe and I had to try as many things as possible. Not sure how many ...
... the moment and has the observer shivering.
The Night on the Dnieper River by Archip Kuindshi this was by far my favourite painting in the gallery, the artist has spun a wonderful scene that gleams with the moon. I actually thought for a moment that he had used some other medium to make the scene glow so realistically. However, this was not the case and the piece was absolutely stunning.
Here is what I decided after leaving ...
... he spoke some English and pointed out for us:
- Lifting the seats revealed storage for bags
· Above the door was storage for bags
· Each bunk has headrests that lift to become storage for small items
· Steps that unfold for the top bunks
· Light switches etc.
As we were getting sorted out the fourth person for our cabin arrived. She was a ...
... had the potential of being a scorcher. So lucky. I took a trip out on the metro (the stops are cool in themselves, chandeliers and mosaics!) to the cosmonaut museum and walked around the nearby soviet exhibition park. Giant soviet monuments and impressive fountains. And finally a normal neighborhood on the outskirts of town not filled with Range Rovers and Porshes. Oh, and I saw Lenin's embalmed body which is creepy. Maybe it is time for him to be put ...