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The Palace surrounded the Cathedral, which was quite large, reminding me of some of the cathedrals we have seen in England.
... banking restrictions on Russia since it would stop people from moving their money outside of Russia. Already, Russian tours to the city are down by 80% and local high end merchants are worried.
Our tour was enjoyable, but after four hours we were on information and walking overload. After parting with our guide, we had a wonderful meal at a local restaurant and Don got to try out yet another local beer. We then played "dodge ...
... that you weren’t. This was almost a razor back, so narrow was the ridge and it eventually joined the main part of the Beacons. The view was extensive but we didn’t linger because a heavy bank of fog was quickly rolling over the Beacons towards us. We also meandered around the crumbing castle ruin at Longtown.
David wanted to get another wheel for the car from a place near Bath so after we had collected that we went on to Wells and ...
... senate palace, a Vietnamese Sapa, and ultimately just tons and tons of new sites, sounds, and events, always meeting new people with every next venture. Day in and day out.
By the end of the course I had decided to stick around town largely in part to my two new flatmates - Page and Shawna - both of whom agreed to split expenses with me. We're all 'Merican, and we're all kinda in the same boat, so having each other around is kind of a blessing. At ...
... place to say goodbye.
Possibly the saddest moments of the trip so far, saying goodbye to some truly amazing people in a truly amazing place.
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Leaving it as late as we could, we ran back to the hostel to grab our stuff, and with a quick to go, we arrive at the station feeling hot and sweaty. First night train this eve... so here's to, um, a good night's sleep.