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... Here are gorgeous mosaics and frescoes which can be seen as they appeared 1,000 years ago.
Our lunch is in a very eclectic restaurant whose name means "moonshine." There are wild plants, loud birds, and bar stools that look like horse's rumps.
We ascend to the blue heavens of St. Andrew’s Church, and it is all downhill from there. Really. We walk down the famous street known as ...
... Andre died in 2000. He had lived a full life and died in his sleep after he had finished preparing the dacha for the winter. Andre's grave is in the forest next to the village where they had their dacha. He loved the forests and took many long walks into the forest where he now rests. It is a peaceful place with many trees. At ...
... such a facility in the West? A quick search for similar facilities in the USA and the answer was yes! You could even buy a decommissioned base! God bless American consumerism. Check this out, a souped-up missile base:
Why live in a 2-up, 2-down when you could live in a renovated missile base: http://www.silohome.com/
We had an overnight train to Odessa, leaving about midnight. ...
... restaurant with great soup and chicken stuffed sweet bread (they call them pyrohy).
Wednesday, July 25
We are trying to do one thing a day to "kill" time before our appointment on Monday. Today we found a video store for Marco to buy some Ukrainian / Russian DVD's. With the money Baba, Gido, Uncle Steven and Martyna gave Marco for the trip he was able to ...
I just killed a man,
Put a gun against his head, pulled my trigger
now he's dead
Mama... life had just begun,
But now I've gone and thrown it all away
Didn't mean to make you cry,
If I'm not back again this time tomorrow,
Carry on, carry on as if nothing really matters…
An excellent song at any time, but especially when you're twenty feet from the stage.