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... Dad, who has passed away while I am in Russia, and even though my family are giving me permission to continue on my journey with my three very supportive friends, I miss them, wan to hold them, and be with Mum, but I am told she is strong, and glad he is not in pain. Technology is a wonderful thing at a time like this, so good to Skype Shelley and speak with Mum. There is some terrific family support, as they all love and care for one ...
... bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It's something of a miracle that the city ever recovered.
At the time of the war St Petes had already been relegated to a secondary status as the humourless bolsheviks had already decided that the former home of Russian Tsars was far too grand to serve as the communist capital, so they changed the name to Leningrad, and moved the furniture and everything else back to Moscow. ...
... flowing yet but that enables you to see the many gold statues and figurines. We are split into two groups and once inside the palace we don overshoes that are worn to protect the stunning parquet floors throughout the building. The rooms are equally as impressive as The Hermitage, highly decorated in many differing styles. There is no separate art collection but the walls are adorned with many portraits of Catherine the ...
... This place is known as it has the most famous market in Russia. The market offers a variety of goods such as antique samovars, sacred images and statues of Lenin or Stalin. You can purchase silverware, medals, bullets, uniforms, coins and a variety of obscure items. Nevertheless, some rare items from private bins can also be found at the flea market. However, you rarely find something truly unique for next to nothing. The place is filled with many secondhand dealers who ferret ...
... them on a page
that was given to us as we stepped onto the stage. I was in stitches behind her
as she didn’t have her glasses so couldn’t see the words so had to mime, it was
a song that we held together well, as at the farewell concert we were
representing the English speaking group. We also sang a Russian song in Russian,
it was hilarious but went over well and we received the loudest clap. So off to Moscow tomorrow.