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... of registering your visa once you arrive in Russia. Our research indicated this was either necessary for all stays in Russia longer than 7 days, or only for stays in any one location longer than 7 business days, depending on where we looked. The owner and manager of the apartment told us that we had to register if we were going to be in Russia longer than 7 days, which they could take care of for a fee of $45, and which would take 3 business ...
... you are supposed to get a 90 day visa in Europe but they didn't know how long we'd been on the continent! We explained it must be the Frenchies and they let us through so it was all fine in the end.
We then drove through no-mans land for a few kms & arrived at the Russian boarder having absolutely no idea what we needed to do or where we needed to be. We lined up in a line that other people seemed to be in and the lady there gave us our ...
... here and though my feet would beg to disagree, the time went by so fast it felt like 5 minutes.
If I had to say what I liked so much, it would have to be the building which is a work of art in itself – richly decorated and all rooms were different - true craftsmen who rightly deserve a place along side da Vinci, Raphael and other notables. I would also add that the vast collection of paintings and objects such ...
... of Budapest. Tourists are everywhere. We walk to the town square, across the famous bridge and up to the castle. Then climb up the 292 steps to the top of the cathedral. What a view of the city! The kids always enjoy climbing to the top of cathedrals/churches. The sun is out and we take some lovely photos. We head back to the old square and see the old clock which is 600 years old. The next day we look for a park to play football and find a great playground. It's near ...
... looked out the window, and noticed what appeared to be dozens of cargo containers like you see on cargo ships all stacked up alongside the train tracks, AND THERE WERE PEOPLE LIVING IN THEM!!!! OMG! Maria told me they were illegal Tajiks (immigrants from Tajikistan) that were brought into Russia to work and are under the protection of powerful mafia types who pay off the government to keep them there. ...
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