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Hello. I am back in the US after 43 days traveling around europe. I arrived in san jose on thursday, april 2nd around 6 pm. I did, as predicted in this blog's descriptor, make it back alive. I am not the reanimated corpse of andrew nor am I an impostor. Real deal here.
It says that this entry was made in Moscow on april 2nd but it's actually being written in san jose, california on april 5th. I wanted to keep the travel map clean and pure; if ...
... is very disconcerting.
However it is now Wednesday and its a full time sleeping day but we have other plans first...
We were supposed to rendezvous with Katerina's friend at Tretyakov Gallery around noon but as I said it was sleeping day so we were lucky to make the rendezvous by late afternoon. Eventually we arrived and began our tour through the gallery, we had a few hours before closing and wanted to make the most of it. ...
... operating in Berlin in 1989 during the fall of the Berlin Wall, and is reported to have been requesting military assistance from Moscow as protest grew and the wall began coming down. A request that fell on deaf ears in the Kremlin as the realization that the "iron curtain" was opening had set in.
Why is any of this important? Well, to understand Russia, the Ukrainian conflict, and the future of ...
... talk about food a lot in these blog posts so far!) The gate finally showed on the board with 30 minutes before departure so we went over to the gate. I started stressing about my carry on luggage again and casually held my bag away from clear view so it wouldn't stand out. Yet again they didn't look at our bags and I completely relaxed because this was the last flight for a while and the last time I have to travel with so much luggage so not so much stress during airport ...
... however it houses the main library among other useful things so eventually they decided to keep it. As you can see there are plenty of new office blocks but I am pleased to say they have kept them away from the historic part of the city. We left Warsaw at 16.10 on the next train journey, the sleeper through Belarus to Moscow. Russian rail tracks are 3 1/2 inches further apart from those in the rest of the world so at ...