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... from L.A. We’re almost exact opposites but it works out well and we get along pretty well.
I’m trying to figure out the best way to not get fat. The food isn’t great but the bread and pasta are edible (so carbs 4 dayz) and is only available at certain times of day so it makes the American snacks you can buy at the bar stations unbelievably appealing. The snacks are cheap but mostly candy and junk that I wouldn’t ...
... because no one is allowed to sit or walk on the grass). Our tour ended at a cool bookshop on the maim street we are staying; Nevsky. The bookstore has a cafe on top and a very large selection of books (mainly written in Cyrillic). There was a small English section that had a few commercial books, but manly classics. The majority of the books in this section were by Russian authors.
we checked oit the ...
... was Zurich and from there we changed to the flight to st. Petersburg….
We arrived at St. Petersburg airport around 14:15 local time. Note that there is 2 hours difference in time compared with the Netherlands. We passed the passport checks and entered officially the Russian Federation. Outside Mete was already waiting to pick us up and he already arranged the transfer toward our hotel. The distance was quite long and it took us about one hour to reach ...
... in Russia started off with the teachings of Lenin in relation to Engels and Marx. Lenin, unlike his German predecessors believed that due to Russia's agrarian economy and societal composition, the state (which he called "the vanguard of the proletariat") needed to play a heightened role in the revolution before a transfer to a classless society could become reality. In essence, Lenin paved the way for a crazily bureaucratic Soviet, and post-Soviet government in ...
... held in the prison over the course of it's time. They were mainly members of political groups that organized rebellions, or nobles and royal family members that tried to unseat the czar or emperor. I was surprised with how many of the prisoners were women, it seems rebels were treated equally despite gender.
Our last stop before leaving the fortress was the Neva Curtain, an archway in the fortress walls that takes you to the ...