Kebur Palace Hotel
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... another more magnificent building !!! The inside is interesting as part of it is overly painted, whilst other areas are left as undecorated brick walls, almost as if it hasn't been completed. We were lucky during our visit to hear a trio ensemble sing an aria- amazing acoustics within these walls. There were originally 3 city walls around Moscow, which over the years, with less threat to the area, have become ring roads. The Mayor of ...
... shelves and scooter to the watering can and tool box are suspended dangerously above you. This was a weird way of looking at the world and I am not going to lie it took us a couple of rooms to get used to it. After the hallway, where upside down shoes coats and kids toys hung neatly on the wall, we entered the living room and by the living room we were starting to get into the photograhic potential of the place. Have you ever wanted to defy gravity?!?! Well now was our chance.. and so ...
... br> *Rising popularity of Putin since annexation of Crimea:
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world /europe/ukraine-crisis-pushes-putins-po pularity-among-russians-to-sixyear-high -9390719.html
*Russian public opinion of Crimea/Ukraine conflict:
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/m ar/03/russian-opinion-split-crimea-ukra ine-most-back-putin
*Putin Rap Video
... food. Plus Jess' power strip plugged into one of the few power outlets was a raging success, at one point once the Russian speaking girl and some people from other cabins had plugged into it there was a phone charger plugged into each of the four sockets, one of which was our USB adaptor which was charging two devices, so five devices all being charged at once. We hoped that gradually we were dissolving any feelings of being the annoying non-Russian speaking tourists. Since the train ...
... in the late 1920s and early 1930s. It incorporated similar aspects of modernist architecture in the west but was applied in the Soviet Union, mostly in Moscow. We visited only a few of these early buildings because many have been destroyed or torn down over the years. In fact there is a group of Russian and western architects who are trying to save and preserve some of the remaining buildings. The first building we visited was built as a workers club in ...