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WELCOME TO SPAIN! – Valencia, Madrid

Not everybody of the group wanted to go to Hirona to the museum of Salvador Dali. But without beeing a fan of this artist, I was very glad to be there, to see his very special works and portraits of his wife Gala. In Hirona we went to Jewish quarter and heard a story of […]

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WELCOME TO SPAIN – Barcelona

You arrive in Barcelona. The first impression – a provincial airport after a new one and modern airport of my country. But this first impression was not proved: it was a big modern city full of tourists and public in the streets. After a short rest in a nice hotel “Catalonia Castellnou”, where by the […]

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Joking apart

It used to be when good joke or funny photo can put us in a good spirits for long day over. Unfortunately good joke is really rare thing now, when we see as this genre like proceeded on the conveyor, clutter up our daily mail newsletters. In this case one begins to set good joke […]

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No Idols!

Who is American Idol? David Beckham, Paula Abdul or maybe Madonna? I’m typing diligently, like a pearl-diver in Yahoo searching:”Who is American Idol”?. So, what do I see? “TV critics suddenly woke up, discovered “American Idol” judges are tough on lousy auditions in early episodes and demanded answers from “Idol” judges and Fox entertainment chief […]

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Prague – part 3

After Prague old town (grad), we repeated the route that I made in the day before and reached the square of the Town Hall. Two buildings are prominent there: Saint Maria cathedral – two high towers and two lower ones between them and the Town Hall itself with famous clock. The ancient clock shows not […]

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Prague – part 2

We came to the president’s palace right at the time of guard change. People usually come to this show beforehand, they occupy comfortable places. The guard change is accompanied with music of a small orchestra. The musicians stand in windows. We entered Saint Vitt cathedral, big, beautiful and strict, with complicated stained -glass panels. The […]

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Prague – part 1

The first trip through Prague did not leave a complete impression. Large posters with huge letters “Posor” were striking. I asked our driver who was a shame (Posor means shame in Russian) and got the answer that the word meant attention. When you begin your way in a strange city you always feel a little […]

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Golden Globe Award.

The Directors Guild of America Tuesday picked six filmmakers to vie for its top award, and the race to the Oscars begins! Here is the List of Golden Globe Award Winners: BEST MOTION PICTURE — DRAMA Babel Bobby The Departed Little Children The Queen But best of the best, the winner as we’ve known, is […]

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Philip Glass

Philip Glass is my favorite modern compositor. First time I’ve listen his music in the movie “Hour”. I could hardly explain how I’ve been impressed! Maybe it depends from a scenes in the the movie , but when I hear some of his melodies there are pictures of water appearing in my head, rivers, waves. Sometimes a […]

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Real and Online Entertainment

What’s the news?  Modern world becomes more and more danger – tsunamu, terrorism, global warmer, nobody  knows what esle is waitng us tomorrow.  That’s  a little bit thuth, but I have not intention to intimidate you, at all.  Moreover  it was at all times of our history, nothing’s changed.   Let me know please, when  humans […]

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