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... only be two between St. Petersburg and Moscow), and speed, which reached as fast as 230 kilometers per hour (143 mph).
Joyce tried to sleep, but had a hard time finding a comfortable position.
There wasn't much to see from the train, just lots of farmland and forests, with a smattering of small villages in the distance.
Upon arrival in Moscow, we were hustled aboard a pair of buses for a ride to a relatively ...
... the key historical buildings around the central part the city. The tour ended with a walk along a nice wide boulevard that makes a horse shoe shape through the city following one of the rivers. The parks and squares in St. Petersburg and Moscow are very well kept and give off a very peaceful vibe.
We explored a bit more in the afternoon and checked out the GUM mall with “historical ...
... for a safe haven and strategic position for our padlock to be fastened for eternity. We finally agreed on a prime spot, 2nd branch down facing North East on the tree just off centre from the crown of the bridge. Once the padlock was firmly locked, we sealed our bond with a kiss before I dropped the key over the side of the bridge in to the canal below. Momentarily forgetting that the canal was covered by a few inches of ice, I looked over the side to see ...
... exactly what to pull down/pull up/mugs to use/pull out ladder
to use/food to bring and eat (dried food, bread, eggs – and Chris
and Thomas' guys next door apparently vodka!). Most of the men and
women we had in our cabin though, were very closed and usually just
went to sleep, yet Chris and Thomas' guys who stayed in the journey
with us most of the way seemed much nicer. They thought me and Paul
were brother and sister! Which led to ...
With fewer events on this morning, just two different tracks events having heats and three field events their qualifying session, it seemed an excellent day to put in (ha!) a longer run and miss some of the early action. In the event, I got going after 9:30, ran for over an hour and a half and missed the whole session. I went further this time. Same route, over the road and river then down and round the outside of the U loop, but rather than crossing near the ...