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I made it to the Fort Lauderdale airport safe and sound. I picked up my "boarding pass." I got a piece of paper that just allowed me into the secure area. I had a tasty bagel sandwich. As I was eating, Delta called my name to come to the counter. The woman issued me both of my tickets after confirming that my Russian visa was valid. Yay! My flight to JFK was annoying to begin with bc the man next to me was quite large. He was over the line of my seat and the arm rests were in ...
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The landscape of Moscow is so interesting. There are seven "Stalin Skyscrapers" that dot the city. These are distinctive and grand, created in the 1940’s and early 50’s. They are tiered and from 26 to 36 stories high. These were a vision of Stalin’s to compete with the West’s skyscrapers.
... with our country and our president (some in a very racist manner), while singing the praises of their own. One individual, probably active military based on age and appearance, was slightly threatening, though I calmed him down by way of my limited Russian, saying that I’m a teacher and not "army." This conversation was much less fact-based than the previous, and we parted, with help from his interpreter friend, ...
... With my feet free, I dangled them over the edge of the bed and used my toe to push the blind back down the correct position, then gradually released my weight to make sure it wasn't about to spring back up. Well, after all that there was no way I was going back to sleep, so I got up. On the bright side, it's a lovely day, and it gave me time to do this blog! We arrived in Moscow at 11ish as planned, and we had one goal - get a taxi to the hostel without getting ripped. We ignored the ...
... anyone who opposed them. Many other famous Russians are buried in this cemetery and Cath was interested in Anton Chekhov and Dimitri Shostakovich, both of whom we found as well as Nikita Khruschev and Boris Yeltsin. Cath got a location map of the famous dead at the kiosk at the entrance and the lady who ran the kiosk was a hoot chattering away at us in a hodgepodge of Russian, German and English. She was very passionate about the cemetery and where to ...