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- Continental Breakfast
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... fast food -- puts folks at greater risk for weight problems and also type 2 diabetes, both associated with which usually can easily result in cardiovascular diseases along with heart failure.
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... lit to give the impression of a cellar. Standing here was a particularly moving experience. The original house where the eleven murders took place was demolished in 1977 when Boris Yeltsin was mayor of the city, then known as Sverdlovsk. Apparently just a couple of months ago there was an obituary in the English newspapers to the very last remaining Romanov, who passed away, presumably peacefully, in the south of France I believe. Our guide ...
I am not sure if it has been mentioned so far but I (Allan) have been having a few problems with swollen Achilles tendons for which I have bought soothing gel and thanks to Sam, while in Portugal, was given stretching exercises to do for a range of aches and pains, not that I like to complain much! Well I had realized that I had been overstretching and probably damaged my calf muscles (not that I am not grateful, Sam!). On top of that I had just ...
... system stifled enterprise and free thought. The older people don't smile as they have suffered all their lives. The young smile, take risks and push the boundaries; they are Russia's future and it's hope. They regret the death of village life. There is no work there. The old have their pensions taken by their children who spend it on vodka and drugs. Family life is no more; children are neglected, infant alcohol syndrome common and it is ...
... Ciaran's extra Russian allowed him to order porridge, though not to interpret which options were available nor which he would get. I pointed at a sandwich and struggled with a drink; none of the cold ones were on show. Still, hot water did the trick. After midday we wandered. After the Beatles' and Qwerty monuments-incongruities both-we headed for the 53 floor skyscraper from where you get a panoramic view of the city. There's even a free audio ...