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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... of the village of Paraty, however she demanded two conditions: The first was the building of a chapel dedicated to Nossa Senhora dos Remédios and the second was that no one would harm the Indians that lived in the area at that time. The church was completed in 1873.
After our tour of the churches, we went to the part of town that was adjacent to the Historic District over a canal that was lined with pretty ...
... it is blazing hot, high 80's and blazing sun, and the next week it is rainy and cold, 50's during the day and 40's during the night. I have given up on trying to figure it out. Returning to the subject of consuming drinks and food, I would like to clarify that NOT everything I eat and drink here is delicious. Sometimes I really wish my host mom had a hungry dog, and other times I question whether or not even a hungry dog would eat it. I am all about the sirniki, blini, ...
... himself to get one for me. He followed through and I was able to leave with my Egyptian goody bag. I now have a tote bag, poster, numerous books, a few maps, lots of pencils, a few pins, a bracelet, a few rings, and more from Egypt. I currently have one small magnet from Kazan, which was also free. I will try to fix this ratio before returning to America to avoid any confusion of where I studied. Upon the conclusion of my Egyptian adventure, I returned home to relax and study. ...
... trains run to Moscow time which can be a little confusing when trying to juggle time zones. Names of places are written in crylic and look nothing like the English version of the same...so it's very easy to goof up! Fortunately the provanistas (guards), usually battle axes with bronze drag queen esque hair do's, check tickets along with corresponding passport numbers.
Having boarded our sleeper D opens the door to find ...
... site of the orthodox Church of Annunciation, with its fairy tale like blue domes rising into the night’s sky.
Kazan was truly a tidy, clean, beautiful city, and the following day we explored the sites in the daylight. We also were able to get a bit of a communist feel as we visited the Museum of Soviet Life. This quirky museum was a large collection of random items from the soviet era. We browsed through old books, toys, posters, ...