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... attempted to hammer out an agreement for Ukraine to give up all of its nuclear weapons. The three Presidents finally reached an agreement.
Maybe our current President and his opponents should take a page from those former leaders and attempt to settle their differences by communicating more honestly with each other. They might benefit by arranging a meeting without public scrutiny. You never ...
... Alexander II was assassinated. Our first night train bound for Moscow didn’t leave Saint Petersburg until 11pm. It was a long day and the entire group was a little on the stinky side by the time we boarded. The train was an experience as we were all scattered throughout the carriage and there was zero privacy. I slept underneath a tiny Russian and next to two chatty ladies. My bed would have been comfortable if I was four foot tall ...
I am once again on my way to new countries,
This time, I will be going to China, Tibet and Nepal.
Now, we are stuck for 5 and a half hours in Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, while waiting for our plane to Beijing. Will be staying there for 3 days, before getting on the train to Tibet.
I have been to Beijing before, but I was quite ill last time, so hoping this time will be better.
So for the next 3 and a half weeks, I will be on the road again. ...
... 305; yabancı, ama, eserlerin birinde bile İngilizce tabela yok. Rehber, yoksa kiralanan sesli rehberler şiddetle önerilir. Yoksa bina, ikon, kılıç, kap kacak, bir şey anlamadan bitiyor. Ben Kremlin'de bir Türk ekip bulup rehberlerini çaktırmadan dinledim, müzede sesli rehber kiraladım.
Bu saydıklarımı yapıp Moskova'nın İstiklal Caddesi olan Arbat'a gittik, gezinip karnımızı doyurup ...
... marble and bronze statues up and down each platform. The Metro was built by Stalin, not for trains but as bomb shelters, so maybe they were looking for comfort and luxury whilst hiding, who knows, but I could have rode the trains all day just looking at the different stops.
I have to say that take away the onion shaped domed churches and cathedrals, and Moscow looks very much like Paris. Hard to believe that once upon a time ...
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