Holiday Inn Moscow Sokolniki
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Woke up to the rain coming down like stair rods. Are we down hearted? No, skin is waterproof and I have all my waterproof clothing. Fine I can face the day.
Go down to breakfast and stop at the desk. Any messages for Murphy? Has a hunt round and finds it on the computer. All is OK guide coming at 10.00 but the message has been there since the morning before. The 'I will be difficult fairy' was hanging ...
... in Russia's bid to prevent Chechnya from becoming independent.
Armed soldiers from Chechnya invade the neighbouring Russian territory of Dagestan; President Yeltsin appoints ex-KGB officer Vladimir Putin with brief to bring Chechnya back under central government control.
Yeltsin resigns in favour of Vladimir Putin, who takes over buoyed by popularity over major military campaign against Chechen rebels.
... safe. oh, i forgot to mention that the russians are at war with ukraine, so we were a bit worried about that, but it looks like the war is on in the ukraine only, everyone here is just going about their business!
so jayne and i go for a little walk, find a little dellicatession which we name yip yip based on the cyrilic name on the wall. this time, we pick things by pointing to the words on a menu. we got lucky as i got some sort of sausage in batter, and jayne ...
... to visit. I am thrilled about the fact that our class will be guided by Anna Nikoulina from whom we can learn much since she is Russian. This study trip will broaden my horizon. I can imagine it will get challenging at some points since I cannot read or speak Russian. However, putting myself out of my comfort zone will help me to grow from these experiences. It will show me new ways of living and I am sure that I will gain a lot more knowledge. Obviously, ...
In 1981, to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the first manned space flight, the base of the monument was opened as the Cosmonautics Memorial Museum. It really is a fascinating museum and we spent hours traipsing through it.