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Lots of food in the trunk, they don't do things by halves.Everyone knows this that there be immutable rituals. Vladimir cutting whole fish for the soup of fish over a wood fire. He incorporated at the end of cooking, although 20 cl of Horilca.I have no interest to make the clown on the beach below. Somewhat surprised, he told me that this fixed the taste, we do the same in France with the Pastis include in the bouillabaisse.!
... English version :
After a well-deserved night in a good bed.I open the store of my room, my gaze is focused on the mountain invaded by mists.But i have the impression that the day will be beautiful with clear skies. I go out of the hotel, one beautiful show on the other side of the Valley, a dense cloud hangs the peaks of mountains Chatyr-Dag (1, 527 m) renowned for its many caves, marble cave and emine Virgin well.
I contemplate this in two steps from ...
... Kouznetsov as Thanksgiving for the survival of his daughter, whose
runaway horse stopped at the edge of the cliff.
The bus still wind through this Mediterranean landscape, olive trees, Laurel still in bloom punctuate the view. The horizon is more opened on the cliffs, on the left facing, the sea on the right. The vehicle do a lot of stop but this main road is upstream and especially far from curiosities. I have to get up at times and ask assistance for ...
... courue pour des occidentaux..GRAND MOMENT !!
english version :
For many visitors, this city is the jewel of the area. At
an altitude of 200 m ,this long and steep plateau houses, a maze of caves
and the structures that served as refuge for populations for centuries.Exploration
proves exciting, in particular, the prudante burial chamber and the
casemates with large openings in the vertiginous Northern ...
... There is a fountain in the palace know as the Fountain of Tears which was the subject of a famous poem by the Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. Before we left home, I had been given the link to a helpful article about the palace where I learned about the fountain and the poem. Some say that this poem is one of the reasons that this palace was saved from oblivion. ...