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... I skimped on food in the beginning but started paying more and more for it as the trip went on. I probably spent about $30 a day on food, though this is a very rough estimate and varied widely.
Train travel was a bit pricey (24 day continuous global EU rail pass was $624). You can save money by doing ride sharing (blablacar is popular) or by taking the bus. The bus, however, doesn't have the same level of spontaneity, doesn't go as fast, ...
... Russian dishes for me to try. I ordered a very strange tea and Mead. Now I have never had mead before and apparently this wasn't great quality stuff however for those of you who don't know, mead is basically honey Vodka. It was tolerable but mostly Vodka. We ate sweet and vegetable versions of Valinka which is a lot like perogies but the sweet ones have Tovroc or fruit. I ...
... ability to move about the world leisurely and professionally believe this is an effort to revoke their travel permission and/or track or spy on their behavior. Echoes of the Soviet Cold War policies?
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I think it best to understand the policies in place and the views of the administration by reading and speaking to the people when possible. My sources ...
... never! Jess and I each had a top bunk in a 16 person dorm. Even by 11pm on Sunday we were two of the first to head off to bed, it seemed everyone else was gearing up for a night of clubbing. In preparation for drunk, loud entries to the dorm in the wee hours of the morning - not to mention the window being wide open and being on a very loud road - I slept with ear plugs and a face mask. I slept soundly the entire night, I only got up around 8 ...
... expensive is relative, particularly in Moscow, which must think of itself as the New York of Russia, because everything is expensive. First thing we did was to walk to where we could pick up our official Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics Spectator Pass. We had registered online for this pass by including our passport information, a digital photo and ticket information. Everyone attending the Olympics needed a Spectator Pass and a ticket. Fortunately for us ...