1. Mumblr live @ Bourbon & Branch

     
  2. Off to NYC @ Boltbus, Philadelphia -> NYC

     
  3. Bored on SEPTA @ Greenline 13, Philadelphia

     

  4. 10 Days That Shook the World: Day 8

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    Thursday, June 26th, 2014: Considering the night before, the rest was glorious however with Rita’s father already on his way over to the hotel to pick us up, we quickly took a shower, got changed, and headed out to the lobby where we saw once more the familiar SUV. The day’s plan was mainly to do sight seeing however this would primarily entail one location in particular: the Mirsky, or Mir,…

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  5. Finally going back to Philly @ Greyhound, NYC -> Philly

     
  6. I don’t like buses @ Greyhound, Boston -> NYC

     
  7. Bored @ Greyhound Bus, NYC -> Boston

     

  8. 10 Days That Shook the World: Day 7

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    Wednesday, June 25th, 2014: The night before hits me like a pile of bricks. It’s 11 am and with a strict checkout time of 12 pm Rita and I begin scrambling together our clothes and miscellaneous possessions, desperately trying to get out of the room on time before being charged for an additional night. Luckily it worked out fine and while certainly groggy, we hung around the lobby to utilize…

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  9. 10 Days That Shook the World: Day 6

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    Tuesday, June 24th, 2014: There’s just something incredibly relieving to finally getting a full nights rest and so after grabbing a shower where the water smelled a bit off and the rooms were littered with ikea furniture, we emerged out of the hostel over to grab some lunch. Before we had left Moscow, Toly had given us a small guidebook he had received from some other swanky hotel in St.…

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  10. 10 Days That Shook the World: Day 5

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    Monday, June 23rd, 2014: When told that Rita and I were taking the overnight train from Moscow to St. Petersburg, Toly laughed and commented that this is where we would meet the real Russia and Russia would meet us. Notorious for drunks, live poultry, and mysterious smells, the ride, either fortunately or unfortunately, was not nearly as eventful. Essentially since we got the cheapest tickets we…

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