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... of bread which is already half the size of a slice of bread you would get at home, mine with two slices of cheese and Tim’s with two slices of spam, our faces must have been a picture. We quickly finished our lunch and retreated back to our compartment for some dairy lea sandwiches and Cheetos. We did however return for dinner later in the journey when the pot noodles had become a bit bland and the food was actually really good and well worth splashing ...
... this there because the Russians were very proud of this bell due to its size. It was never erected because the wood scaffolding broke when they were lifting it up and the bell fell and cracked. We went in a couple of the churches but after awhile I was over churches so a few of us went and sat near the nice grass. One of the girls was lying on the grass and after about 5 minutes a very serious guard came over and without saying a word looked very angry so she got the idea that ...
... without warning and will slam on you - hard. This happened to a kiwi guy with us, he was fine but at the time he did mention that "**** that hurt" and "that ******* kills" which was enough for us all to avoid doing the same. Day 3) -today Took a walk to Arbad street where there are loads of shity souvenir shops, selling ****** Russian dolls and rubbish 'Russian style' hats. Not too much to see here, just lots of portrait artists, shity shops of **** and a ...
Huh huh, nyt alkaa olla Moskovassa istuskelu loppusuoralla!! JEE!
enää 3,5 tuntia niin saadaan alkaa etsiä lähtöporttia (50m päässä) ja aloittaa boarding (eli koneeseen lastautumisen), joka sitten kestää joko 10m tai puoli tuntia, täällä ei voi koskaan tietää.. :S
Saavuttiin tänne iltasella, Suomen aikaa yhdeksältä illalla?
Lento meni jees, lyhyestä virsi kaunis, ei ...
... la vez.
El "Hotel Turists" constaba de 9 edificios de unos 5-6
pisos cada uno. Una vez allí, preguntamos a las recepcionistas y
ellas nos redirigeron a nuestro edificio, donde nos estaba esperando
Vladimir, el organizador que trabaja para la compañía con la que
viajamos en el transiberiano. Con un inglés con acento más bien
gracioso, nos ayudó en el hotel con nuestros pasaportes y la
habitación, y nos dió los billetes para el transiberiano. Todo ...