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She is know as either "Mother Russia" -
Or her nickname is "Tin Tits", anyways it's huge and you can climb to the top if you so wish. When I was last here in Kyiv Pat & I tried to do just that but we weren't allowed as we didn't speak the lingo.....so of I went on the bike, as I left the hotel it started to chuck it down so I ...
... when the AIESECer I was supposed to meet at the train station was not there to meet me. And my phone was not calling her for some reason. I DON'T UNDERSTAND.
After a lot of stressing and an almost breakdown, I finally got in touch with her and made my way back to the apartment where I'm staying at for the rest of my stay!
Pictures to come of the apartment :)
... towel) in a sealed package for each bunk. There was a little table, right below a window that didn't open, between the bottom 2 bunks.
At first you think you would suffocate before morning because it was very hot, especially once you closed and locked your door; but once you settled in for the night, it was very comfortable in all ways. We all slept quite well. The bathroom was only 1/2 a railcar away from our room and I only had to wait once to use it. We all woke up ...
... and featuring strong columns topped by marble capitals, captured behind wrought-iron fences and lines of Linden trees. Some boulevards are cut by trees and small parks running down the middle, with statues commemorating everyone from war heroes to Lenin. Every so often, a clutch of onion domes rise from behind a high wall, sparkling gold in the sunlight, exotic and transporting. Just as often: a modern glass building, reminding everyone the city is alive and well. Beneath the streets ...
... we knew that we had to get seats early for the football matches on the big screens. We watched the Spain v. Italy game which was a great game, although I slept through part of it. The game finished 1-1.
After the game we surrendered our seats to some aggressive fans of the next game. We then wandered down the strip to check out the Swedish fan zone. Nothing new, but we enjoyed the songs and rabble rousers consuming the cheap beer while singing to soft American rock such ...
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