Holiday Inn Moscow - Suschevsky
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Moskova'dan bahsetmeye başlamadan önce bir grup arkadaşın merak ettikleri soruları yanıtlayayım:
Evet, kızlar çok güzel.
Hayır, kendileri teklif etmiyorlar.
Hala algısı açık arkadaşlarla devam edelim.
Uçağımız İstanbul'dan yaklaşı …
Every good day in Moscow starts with a mild hangover. This is quickly addressed with breakfast washed down with a beer or two. If this all sounds dangerously alcoholic to you then you've clearly never been to Russia before.
Once suitably fortified against the day ahead, we sally forth onto the streets and down into the underground. Down …
Hi From Moscow. After a fun few days in St Petersburg (not enough time) we boarded the train down to Novgorod. It's a beautiful little city about halfway between St Petersburg and Moscow. Has a lovely Kremlin (walled city) the oldest one in Russia. It also had about a million lovely churches and Nat insisted on going to everyone!!!!! After just …
... are ovoos and are erected to honour the spirits. Locals stop at them and walk 3 times around them, throwing in more rocks and stones or anything else they feel like – often beer cans/vodka bottles/sweets and other odd things…showing gratitude and respect, and asking for a safe journey. Mongolia is known as the Land of the Eternal Blue Sky and we certainly endorse that…. We are now on the last day of our five day long Trans Siberian Train trip and ...
... Having no idea where this was, we approached the guard at the first checkpoint. Before I could even raise a smile and ask where we could leave our stuff, the guard, stern faced and dressed in a full-length great coat, blocked our way.
‘Nyet, Zakryto’, the guard said (or was it commanded?) He moved his rifle from being slung across his shoulder so it was held in both hands across his chest. From the tone of his voice I don’t think he ...
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