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... and churches built. religion ruled peoples lives but it was not uncommon for wives or heir contenders to be banished to monastaries or convents or just plain murdered. We learn that the first ruling family of Russia was swedish, invited in and after them came the Romanovs. We visited the house where the last Tsar and his family were kept until they were murdered and dumped in the forest..and that Prince Philip of UK is the oldest and closest relation to that family. I divert from ...
... and hand-painted lacquer boxes which are a speciality of this area. They are made of paper-mache and then painted in black paint. They are clear-lacquered, then the painting process starts, one colour at a time. After each colour is applied, another clear lacquer coat is applied. It may take up to six months to finish.
We have one more port to stop at before we wind up in Moscow in two days time. Red Square, here we ...
... opener. Call me naive but did you know Liberace was gay??! No, neither did I. I just thought he was very eccentric with tons of cash!!
As we were taxiing to the stand the airport at Moscow was covered in snow yet I could see at least 3 other planes also taxiing on the tarmac. A fully functional airport despite this adverse weather? SEE BRITAIN! IT CAN BE DONE!!
The other planes were not necessarily a good thing as we found out on our approach ...
... year. As a business, it's obvious these clubs don't turn a profit and are most likely the toys of the numerous billionaires in Russia. A 2012 article in Forbes stated that 78 of the world’s richest, worth a total $334 billion, call Moscow home, beating out New York and London.
Due to the rain, most of our time spent outside in Moscow was with an umbrella and wet shoes as a result of the poor drainage system, which left pools of water on the ...
... Mitchell and Kim Mickle both made it though the qualifying and Kim threw a new PB over 65 metres. Fingers crossed for them in the final on Sunday.
The women's 200 was won in fine style by Fraser-Pryce completing the 100/200 double and the Aussie 4x400m Relay team tried hard but came 8th in the final.
Saturday night saw the Men's javelin but Stu Farquar did not throw as well and could only manage 10th. However, well ...