What a shame! I hope someday it will be a good home for another business.
This reminds me of the train station in my forest village! http://www.mynilambur.com/2011/01/palakkad-shoarnur-nilambur-train.htmlThis is still a train station if you believe me :DI really apologize that I have not made any real visit to your beautiful blogs. My laptop broke and my sweet wife use the other one and she works from home using that. I don't want to steal her time using it and I am waiting for my new laptop delivery from Dell in the next week some time. They are taking longer time than the promised 12 days delivery time.I hope everything is fine with you and your loved ones!
It's a pity, the restaurant looks very cozy.About your comment, I'm not sure if there are lots of Russians living here.The Church was closed, I couldn't see inside.I think they only open for the ceremony. However, during this last school year, I had two school mates, one from Russia, living here about 13 years, her husband is also Russian (working for a Bank).The other girl is from Bielorrussia, she told me she asked for exile and now she is living here.In fact I didn't understand much about. Generally people are very reserved.Have a nice weekend!hugsLéia
What a shame! It's such a lovely building!
Such a beautiful piece of architecture...sad to see it deteriorate.
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