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Stag Weekend

My summer holidays were wonderful. I’ve been in London and Edinburgh as you know and I liked these beautiful cities very much, both of them made a tremendous impression on me. It is really a lovely place to visit for sure and in case you are planning a Stag Weekend in London right now it’s […]

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Camden Town – London

Camden Town is the very colorful and full live London’s district with a lot of little shops, stalls and open-air market area on the same named subway station

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Switzerland – Rhain Falls

Width of the falls – 150 m Height of the falls – 23 m Depth of the falls – 13 m Age of the falls – 14’000-17’000 years if you go on the train – stop on the station Schaffhausen and take the bus N 1

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Gorbachev as a fashion star.

The last president of the Soviet Union Mikhail S. Gorbachev has taken part in a Louis Vuitton’s advertising photo session; the result of this will be seen in September’s Vogue. Also there were invited such stars as Katrin Deneuve and Andre Agassi. “BAGGAGE” by Annie Leibovitz’s portrait, part of a new advertising campaign.

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Crete (3)

Saint-Nicolas one more small town on the sea-shore. Here we managed to walk by ourselves a little. In the gap between houses there is a view on the lake below with boats and a lot of cafes on the shore. Spinalonga is an island, where walls and inner rooms of an ancient Venetian fortress that […]

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Crete (2)

On the first evening we watched storm-clouds and lightning’s over the sea and enjoyed it a lot – we had missed the rain during our long summer and even were not displeased with the fact that we could not bathe in numerous basins of the hotel. To say the truth, we did bathe in a […]

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Crete

Airport in Crete is situated very close to the sea-shore. Looking from aside you see that the airplane begins descending still being above the sea and hardly the earth appears the landing line begins. We flied only for an hour and were surprised with the weather change: from 30 degrees C. to cool rainy amiable […]

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New York – the new world (3)

Our friends, at whose house we were staying, took us to Brooklin. Ocean embankment is clad with wooden boards. A lot of cafes with Russian-speaking waitresses, inviting you to drop in their place. A lot of typical Russian shops with a standard set of goods: caviar, rye bread, spiced sprats and of course, vodka. We […]

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America – the new world (2).

We came back ashore in the dusk and hurried to mount one of the “Twin Towers”. Yes, we managed to take photographs of the circle panorama of New York from the landing of the Twins! Brookline bridge with its lights, the city on both sides of Hudson bay. The cars penetrate the darkness with their […]

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America – the new world.

The way to USA from Europe is rather long. You fly 12 hours with a transfer in some European airport. And when the ticket is cheap and the rows of armchairs in the plane stand so tight, that you can hardly straighten your legs, so the flight is tiresome enough. The change in the time […]

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