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... 16 types of marble all patterned and I stand in the center of the church and gaze upward. Jesus stares right back at me imparting to me silently, enjoy these beautiful wonders of life, art and creativity. Ironically this place was just built as a memorial not a functioning church, yet it still creates a sense of awe. The streets are busy 24/7, people scurry around - some drunk, some prancing and others look like they're going out for lunch! It's ...
Whoever commented as "my nemesis," "you know who," and "BOA hater," I'm stumped. You could be a lot of people. More information over your identity please. The crazy lady in Moscow was in her 40s. Last night I hung out in the common room with Ariel. We met some French people, a Brit, and a woman from New Zealand. It was cold again today. We drank Dr. Pepper. It was produced ...
... the Hermitage with some classmates. It showed that Russians do not pinch their pennies. We walked through hallways that marvelously shined and displayed their art pieces. It felt like we were taken back in time when we admired all those art pieces that are a remnant of another time. We only managed to visit one of the six buildings and if we would want to see every item, it would take us around 15 years.
I could barely wait for the evening to come. We ...
... gypsies took it. After I got the camera back I realized that the friend was probably the guy that took my camera from my bag in the first place. While green t-shirt was distracting me with his postcards and arm-grabbing, his friend was reaching in my bag and taking my camera. I can’t believe they were able to do it so easily. I sometimes have trouble getting the camera out of my shoulder bag myself, but they managed to do it without me ...
... beautiful blue Rococo palace that was the summer residence of the Tzars. We had to don these weird brown booty things, god forbid we traipse dirt onto the palaces parquet floors. The palace was incredibly spacious and grand, it was also possibly one of the most beautiful buildings I have had the pleasure of visiting. Did I mention that every possible service was covered in gold leaf? All the bling was almost blinding but it did make it obvious how much wealth the Tzars must have ...