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In December 2013 when we started the adoption process, I had been looking at pictures of children on a website that was promoting adoption to Ukrainians. I knew that some of the children might not even be available for international adoption. I had located a few sisters, but there were two girls, 10 and 14 years old whose bright eyes and smiles really drew me. I printed their information out and carried it with me to our adoption authority meeting ...
... I’m told it’s Russian custom at funerals for people to drink 100ml of vodka in memory of the deceased. Right then, this is the last will and testament of me…..everyone at my funeral has got to drink vodka…that’ll get them giggling in the gangways.
Reach the top of the pedestal and there's a lift to the viewing platform about 36m up. I see on the ticket check desk that you can go to the very top of the statue upto the ...
... did I realize. Oops. So I turned around and walked back. I eventually made it back to the Parliament building and continued on the walking tour. Past the Parliament building, I headed into a park (the Dnipro River divides Kiev in half, and on both sides its banks are lined with parks). It was lovely, and I saw some beautiful views of the east part of Kiev across the river. I also saw the Mariyinsky Palace, which had been used by ...
... It is a cafeteria-style eatery for the budget-minded and it is cash only. Go in the door and walk down the stairs to find the cafeteria. You will see the tables long before you see the service line. Take a minute to check out what is at the various stations along the steam table before you start making selections. I did not take any pictures and they don't have a website. I picked a soup (should have skipped in lieu ...
... park and took some time to enjoy the site and sounds. There were only maybe a handful of other tourist there, mostly from east asia, and we were able to accomidate each other with picture taking.
After a coke and pastry i headed to the tomb of the unknown soldier and walked through the park, past the government buildings and Ukraine House to arrive back at independance square. Due to aching feet, i took my ...