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... week. Our main focus was on the Women's Javelin where we had two Aussie girls in the final. Kathryn Mitchell threw over 63 metres in her first throw for a season's best and then on her second throw Kim Mickle threw a new PB of 66.25 to take the lead. However, the German girl Obergfoll responded with 69 metres putting Kim into second.. Then it was an agonising wait to see if the Russian girl, Abakusova, could throw further. When she ...
... The same day, the kids discovered the park and close to apartment was also a great playground, so they were happy immediately. The War museum closeby had an extensive exhibition on the World War II. You can imagine the number of stories to tell, the number of questions that were asked but most of all it was quite informative and nicely displayed. The next morning we had to visit the Kremlin of course. As the metro environment is ...
... buildings and numerous churches. Inside the main church is beautiful frescos on the walls. We had chosen to do an extra part of the kremlin and see the armoury. It's a collection of treasures received by the government and royal family over time, as well as other items like armour of course. By the time we had finished all that and got back to the hotel it was just after 5pm. We were leaving again at 6pm to see the Russian ...
... and unlike any church I personally have ever been in. It's a bit eery with all it's small, dark rooms and massive paintings of saints and biblical stories. All the people in the paintings look as though they are staring at you and none of the rooms are large enough for an actual congregation. It was beautiful in sense though, with its elaborate gold ornaments and painted ceilings. We took lots of photos with my new tripod and played a little Where's Wally. We ...
... your backpack onto your
back and you head out into the unknown...because honestly, even with you waving your tiny piece of Russian instruction at someone doesn't mean you will end up
where you want to. After about 2 hours of driving, I begAn to look out for a
sign indicating that we were close to the city, whose first 4 letters I had memorised in
Russian - the 4 letters I kept on repeating to myself, 'B,e, funny n, backwards
N, B,e, funny ...
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