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... I was surprised at how few people, most of them small Russian tour groups, were around. It must have made the job of the police, who nearly outnumbered the visitors, easier as they constantly blew their whistles at anyone who even entered the proximity of the several prohibited areas. We, with deliberation, managed to steer clear. Our tickets included entry to Cathedral Square, which is located within the Kremlin walls. The assemblage of cathedrals, each with its ...
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When we finally got through security and then got to the gate, I never saw the gypsies again. I’m not sure what happened to them, but I know they never got on my flight. They smelled pretty bad at the security line, so I wonder if one of the staff noticed and decided they were not clean enough to fly. What a strange situation.
The flight was alright, nothing special. It was just over two hours to get to Moscow and I ...
... stories that might have been interesting in history. We seriously didn't even mention anything about Stalin's rule... Luke and I went home and wikipedia'd anything we weren't sure of. Quite disappointing. We even drove past the headquarters of the KGB later but were only told that they were responsible for a lot of disappearances. Would have loved to have done a walking tour to soak up some of the rich history the city has to offer rather than reading it and trying to ...
... the bartender was having a smoke. One thing I did also notice with the Russians, is there is a lot of people getting married,we saw so many weddings we lost count! Apparently it is because they don't get married in the winter so they have 3 months of good weather to fit it in. Every hour driving, every kilometre and the left kidney to get the visa was worth it to be here. I cannot tell you how much of a dream come true Russia was for me. It's time for our adventure to continue onto ...
Arriving at the Bucharest airport by 1:00 PM, sure enough...Barbara from Casto travel was correct. The flight was indeed, delayed two hours, and check in wouldn't begin until 3:00. Thank goodness for Route 96 and a fully charged laptop. One hot chocolate and a Jerusalem blog later, and it was finally time to check in. Once through security I still had two hours so I did a few laps around the terminal and stopped for ...