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... It is like they are trying to expunge it from memory. I guess the wounds are still fresh. An exception is Lenin's tomb which many Moscovites want removed but others don't because it is effective at catching a lot of tourist rubles. We declined to visit Mr. Lenin's corpse. The post-communist focus of today seems to be on looking good in high heels and dreaming about being the one who gets the Ferrari. Human nature, isn't that great.
Up at 5.30am, we trotted off to the Metro all packed up, but Metro says NO!! Entrance is gated and closed, we are clearly too early for the St Petersburg public transport. Hailed a mini cab instead, to Moskowskaya train station to catch the Sapsan, a fast train to Moscow. Very smooth, comfortable train and we arrived in Moscow 4 hours later to yet another fine day. This is 15 days straight ...
... is housed in a stunning Russian medieval historical building . UGG boots that normally cost $200 were selling for $600 here. It also has one of the most deluxe grocery stores I've ever been in. I read an article about the exclusivity of the mall and the author mentions a joke about two oligarchs, Boris and Ivan. Boris tells Ivan he bought his new tie in Paris for $900. Ivan replies, "Why did you buy it in Paris for $900, when you could have bought it in Moscow for ...
... Russia lost 22 million people during the war, 14% of the population. It's such an astounding number I'm still having trouble processing it. By comparison, we lost .5M people, nearly all of them soldiers, and they represented .3% of the population. Russia lost over 6 million civilians alone to the war. It's hard to fathom that number of people and the grim conditions in the cities when there was no food and people turned to eating their family pets to stay alive.
... Kenyans might try to take the big last lap out of his legs, and whether it was possible to take it out fast enough that he wouldn't be able to use his kick. As for Mo, who knows what he might do, ostensibly on his own with no teammates to help, but with training partner Rupp in the field. A huge field, too, and as Mo slipped right to the back from the outset it looked a big gap to the front, and I wondered how he would spot it if someone did take the pace on. ...