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... and I think cranberries..they were all just open so people could get a bag a fill it with whatever they want..they fruits all had freezer burn on it, it just looked rank.. Anyway we just got our water and came back as we were booked in for a dinner at 1800 hrs.. Quality dinner again !! More freaking Pork ! I managed to scrape out the mushrooms and leave the meat, I then added some steamed rice and some peas and corns from the salad bar and some nice crusty fresh bread. So it filled a ...
Finally it was time to head to Russia - a must do place for Sam to visit!
Due to the visa requirements of needing a Letter of Invitation we were doing a tour there - our first and only tour of the trip. We were met at the airport by Anastasia our tour group leader who organised our transfer to the hotel. There were 8 other people in our tour which was a perfect number (the previous tour had 26!). It was all Kiwis and Australians though half of them lived in London or ...
... the atmosphere of the restaurant was warm and homely. The restaurant was styled on "Modern Italian", boasting a wonderful and interesting menu.
We were both craving soup. I opted for the "Mushroom Soup with Smoking Sphere" while Alan decided on a rich vegetable broth, both followed by pasta dishes. I had absolutely no idea what a "Sphere"** was, and assumed it may be a type of seafood. Anyway, mushrooms sounded warm and homely and just what I needed. ...
... and maintaining an empire. Also, to create a Russian city that would rival Amsterdam, London, and Paris.
*War between Russia and Sweden
*Significance of Peter’s travels through Europe
http://www.rmg.co.uk/explore/sea-and-sh ips/facts/explorers-and-leaders/peter-t he-great
As soon as I emerge from the subway, I am amazed. ...
... and Steve knocked on an office door and one surprised office worker, who spoke a modicum of English, escorted us back to the second floor, where moments before we'd been sent downstairs.
A different staff member successfully printed us off our tickets. We bowed and scraped before the bemused third floor office worker, offering her our first born and tombs of gold, and we ran out into the sunshine, cartwheeling down the street. Take ...