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Ukraine has not yet died, nor her glory, nor her freedom,
Upon us, fellow Ukrainians, fate shall smile once more.
Our enemies will vanish like dew in the sun,
And we too shall rule, brothers, in a free land of our own.
Souls and bodies we'll lay down, all for our freedom,
And we'll show that we, brothers, are of the Cossack nation!
We'll stand, brothers, in bloody battle, from the Syan to the Don,
We will not ...
... 260 pages. Craig drank one beer that was 12 percent alcohol. They had some beers that were served warm so you had to pay attention to what you ordered.
Chloe's parents are coming on Sunday and Chloes mom is making us a traditional belgian meal. We will finish seeing Brussels sights on Monday.
By the way, it is very hard to type on this european keyboard.
... costumes filled the square. We walked around the tents and were given samples of Belgium cheese, bread and chocolate!
As though that wasn't enough food already, on the other side of the square we found the Chocolate museum! The museum consisted of 3 floors. These floors talked about the history and interesting facts about none other than chocolate. They also included chocolate sculptures, clothing and of course, chocolate samples! We were able ...
Since I've been working some pretty long hours, I haven’t had a chance to see anything at all of Brussels. My impressions of the city were limited to my workplace (hectic and on a hectic street) and my home (cozy, situated in a neighbourhood that seems to have everything I need). As nice as my neighbourhood is, it’s not exactly a top tourist destination, but after ten and a half hours at work each day, all I really want is to crawl home and collapse.
... unit we were staying in could get there to give us the spare keys! Argh.. such a nightmare. We spent the next two days trying to sort out a replacement set of keys for the landlord. We also couldn't really do a lot in those two days because we were waiting for the money we transferred from one of our many frozen bank accounts to clear onto our only travel money card we had left! Once we had some funds to work with, we spent the last two days in Brussels seeing ...