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Ruza day trip


Can you believe it? I totally forgot to post about this trip! And I loved it so much! 
It was September and I went on a day trip not only with my husband but my parents as well. As well Kolomna later on it was a blast! I enjoyed it so much and I learned how fun it is making day trip with my parents and their most adorable pup.
Ruza is located in Moscow region a little less than 100 km from it. It is a very old and very rural town. There was not much left of very old times but we did enjoy a beautiful park and house all over the place. Also it was not far from Ruza, place where Russia WWII war hero Zoya Kosmodemiyanskaya was born. She was a captured and tortured to tell what she knew but she didn't give in and was executed for it. I liked her cute and very peaceful memorial in the town. Fun fact, I live couple of blocks away from the street names after her and her brother (he dies in the same wars as well being a solder).
It was a little windy in the morning so I originally wore a shirt as well but it was so hot during the day I left my shirt in a car. It definitely made outfit more simple but very cute and comfortable anyway.  I love these jeans from my view form the back, hehe.






















I was wearing:
Levi's jeans
O'stin top
Armani jeans sneakers
Monki bag

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. That looks like an amazing trip! Those pictures look beautiful.

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  2. You certainly fit in a lot for a 'day trip'. Looks like a great time was had by everyone and the sights.. some so fun and others quite historical, something for everyone to enjoy!

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  3. Would love to go to a place like this where we can hike, sit on the grass, and just enjoy the greenery. We need the outdoors more than ever.

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  4. The pics are so fun,stunning place!

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  5. This sounds and looks like it was a fun place! There's lots to see and do.

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  6. What a pretty area, I love all the buildings you featured!

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  7. Wow, the trip looks really great and you look lovely. I love the clicks..

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  8. What a cool place for a day trip. You sure did see a lot of things

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  9. The place looks enchanting, and I love the pictures. Serene views.

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  10. The place is GORGEOUS!!! How i need to escape to a play like that, soon i hope...Soon...

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  11. Great pictures! Love that big barn door!

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  12. This looks like a really fun day trip! And your outfit is so cute!

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  13. I fell in love instant to the place, the surrounding looks really magnificent plus the nature embodied it is totally mesmerizing. Thanks for sharing this wonderful and nature loving place to us.

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  14. Really nice place, great to spend a day! But is it so hot there? I envy you!

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    1. it was 3 months ago. I forgot to post it so I am doing it now. I wish I could wear a top not a sweater now

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  15. I really love the pictures. The place looks so gorgeous.

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  16. Wow, what beautiful scenery! It seems like a great place to unwind and have peace!

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  17. Thank you for taking us on a virtual trip to Ruza, a place that I didn't know about. Glad that you had fun and you took some good photos. - Knycx Journeying

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  18. I can’t wait until it’s safe to wander around again outside of my home. I miss exploring new places like this!

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  19. Beautiful pictures from your trip. Such a blessing you have this opportunity to get where you want to.

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  20. lol, your boyfriend trying to mimic those cravings are hilarious, seemed like a fun trip

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  21. This looks like such a great place to explore. Moscow is high on my list of places to visit. Thanks for sharing your adventure with us!

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    1. I am sure you'll love it. also there's a lot of fun in small town around it, you can take a suburban train there which is cheap (around a cup of coffee one way)

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  22. What a fun and calm day trip you had there. I love the blue sky! It is so nice outside.

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  23. I love traveling and being in nature. This post showed me all the things I miss about taking trips. - Elle

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  24. What a fun looking place and it looked like it was a beautiful day in Ruza when you went! I always love reading your posts cause living in America, you never know heroes that are important to other places in the world. So I loved learning about Russia WWII war hero Zoya Kosmodemiyanskaya. I assume that statue of the woman near the bottom was her. The whole area is so lush and green. Very cool

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    1. yes it was her, you are right.
      I think learning about other countries heros is important for understanding cultures better. In Ms. Zoya's case it's not very educational because her story is very heroic but at at the same time pretty common around the globe, other might teach you a lot about times and values for people

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  25. Seems awesome place. Definitely putting this on the list and hopefully, I can check it out later in real life.

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  26. I love travel with a mix of historical glimpse on it and this one seems like that. Love the pictures and hope to visit one day.

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  27. This looks like a fun and relaxing trip. It is good to have those tyes of trips too. Beautiful pictures!

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    1. it's a whole new perspective and definitely nice to shake things up even a little

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  28. Ruza looks really pretty and a great place for a day trip. I love your photos.

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  29. Wow, you took such beautiful pictures! This looks like it was so much fun. I love having trips like that. They are so relaxing and much needed from time to time!

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  30. This looks like a lovely place. I guess you were there some time ago since the weather looks still quite warm?! My favorite piece is the owl in the tree - so artistic.

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    1. yes I started this post with saying I forgot to post it before. It's early fall here.

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  31. Ruza looks o good, I would love to visit there. Your clicks are great!

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  32. I Love the photos in your blog posts. Ruza looks the great place to visit.

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  34. The area of Ruza and the parklands look really lovely and interesting. How good you were able to share this with your parents also. Love your casual look on that day, seems very comfortable and relaxed.

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  35. Looks like a great place to visit. I actually plan to move to Moscow one day!

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  36. What a fun little town. Your post made me look up Zoya Kosmodemiyanskaya and her brother. It is interesting just how much we can explore locally without having to pack up for a major international trip.

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    1. I'm glad you liked it. yes short local trips are a lot of fun but I totally prefer long international trips

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  37. What a great trip, it looks really lovely, especially in that nice weather. Makes me miss the summer/autumn!

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  38. This is such a beautiful park and the buildings too! Hoping to see what’s inside those buildings when you get back to the park.

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  39. This looks like a beautiful little place to get away - especially when the sun is shining. There are few things more relaxing than a beautiful park when you need to feel calm and relaxed, right? I love the outfit that you picked out. It looks incredibly comfortable!

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  40. I just want to travel now! Love the pics in this post!

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  41. This looks like such a fun trip and the weather is looking wonderful too. I like all the different artworks and also the buildings. Your jeans look really great too. Thanks for sharing all this.

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  42. This looks like the perfect day trip! Your outfit matches too, being casual and relaxed. I can definitely see why you enjoyed the trip so much with your husband and parents. I am anxious for spring so I can take day trips like this again and enjoy the sunshine.

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  43. Ruza looks like a relaxing place to just enjoy the simple things of life. I wonderful since it is rural, how is the food?

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