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... Across the river from the Kremlin we came across the Museum of Wooden Architecture and Peasant Life which included izbas (small wooden homes), mills and wooden churches, all relocated here from surrounding Vladimir Province.
The following day in Vladimir we visited ...
... 2 here is remembered and honored much more here than it is in the states and such devotion in a way saddens me that back at home we can not do the same. However moving past the sad to the exciting and joyous, Yesterday I had the chance to walk around the main park here in Vladimir, Park Lenina, which directly across from it is a statue of Lenin with a short memorial to him. The place was absolutely picturesque, with an ancient cathedral in the very back ...
... I sat with the
bags watching different people. It was quite busy and interesting
seeing the different people come in and out but when a large group of
asian men sat along beside me I was hoping Paul would be back soon.
Then two russian men sat the other side of me I was trapped. But the
russian men seemed ok and they went to get coffee asking me to watch
their bags (I think as they spoke russian). The machine was just
behind us so I didn't expect ...
... I thought, to chance a race. I wandered into the stadium complex and toward the stadium again via the warm up area. Just outside, the two Chinese shot putters, Ling and Liu, were sitting in the shade. Trying to keep their bulk cool, I guess. Both later qualified. In the area itself I spotted Bethlem Desalegn from the UAE, who was at Yaya village with me. Other than Suleiman, though, so far it's not been a good competition for that lot. She was run out of qualification ...
... is in Cyrillic), the 2nd was we clearly weren't in central Moscow and the 3rd was "the magic phone"(IPhone) wasn't giving our position. We looked around and headed for the M in the distance. Once down the stairs we were greeted by an impressive looking station, statues, murals and marble carvings can be found in most Moscow stations. However after we stopped gawping we noticed even more hieroglyphs. After a few minutes deciphering ...