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Vladimir and Suzdal (Part 1)
Not so many weeks ago I had finished my exams at the University. I study on two majors, so the process of sitting for exams on in each major makesde me pretty tired and I wanted to have a good rest when I'm free... But, I'm sure there's no way to do it just staying at home. So, since I haved a couple of days off untill before I have to be back to my job, I've made my mind to go somwhere I have never been before. Previously I was telling to my British friend about Russian towns Vladimir and Suzdal, so I decided to get go into there. It supposed that was seemed a good idea, because I know some people in Vladimir and feel it seemed to would be nice to meet them. They helped me to accupay find a space bed at in the University's dormitory for three nights and four days. So, early Friday's I had taken my sit on a caught a bus to Vladimir and after five hours on the road I was there. Vladimir is a fantastic place to have a rest from day-to-day activities - it's rather small (it's twice half the size of smaller than my hometown) and quiet, but full of beautiful places! There are many beautiful buildings there. But most of all I liked the Central Park with the ancient Cathedrals in there... The Park is situated on a hill above the city, so standing near the railing and looking down at the city you feel properly amazed ing! I have finished in spent time in the Park each of the days I have spent in Vladimir.. At The first day I have visited only one museum - The Museum of Crystal and Glass. It was very interesting! But the next days was were even better! I will tell you about them next time =)
Tense issues - jumping from present to past and past perfect ... Prepositions.
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