Tuesday, July 5, 2011

A picture is worth a thousand words!


Wordless Wednesday, Hmmmm... I like it. It is right up to my alley!

Please tell me what do you think I captured in those pics. Do not spend too much time, just give me your best guess.

Have FUN!

Thanks,
Inessa





18 comments:

  1. my guess is that you are going on vacation to a foreign country. (Maybe one that speaks hebrew?)

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  2. I am completely clueless! Are you going to post the answer?
    - Sharon/RomanticThoughts

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  3. I sure will post the answer. Check in later tonight.

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  4. Minsk:) I can read the Cyrillic letters:) One of my grandpas was from Moldova (Basarabia) ... getting ready for a trip to Belarus?

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  5. Magda might have an in on this one - I'll go with her!!

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  6. I hope it is a wonderful vacation for you!!

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  7. Yeah, what Magda said...because I have no idea.:)

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  8. International travel, maybe Russia?

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  9. uniquecozytreasures-I have no idea....

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  10. Going on a trip to Europe? Learning to drive on the "wrong" side of the road? :)

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  11. Great wordless wednesday! I think it is Minsk City, Belarus...

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  12. Travel plans? Looks like a subway map on one of the pages. The writing looks Russian to me.

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  13. One day last week I was reorganizing my closet and found this little book. It is 3” by 4” in size. It was published in 1987. The title of this little book is “Minsk, City Plan”. Minsk, Belarus is where I was born. As I was flipping pages, it brought all kinds of memories back. We left Minsk on June 20 of 1989 and arrived to the US on August 17, 1989. The Soviet Union government allowed us to take $140 per person. Yep! They expected us to survive on $140 per person for two months. Unbelievable!

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  14. Just 140$??? They were hoping you would come back when you run out of your money!)

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  15. Wow, amazing! And such a great old book, I love old books!

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  16. Wow Inessa I had no idea!:) In '89 there was the revolution in Romania that marked the end of communism... I was in the 4th grade then...

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