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Russia - Eat, Drink and be Safe

RUSSIAN FEDERATION | Mon, 21 May 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [1798] | Comments [1]

A trip to Russia means experiencing a whole different world, a unique culture filled with gracious people and rich, old traditions.  Part of this experience includes enjoying the incredible food and drink that can be found there.  Moscow and Saint ... Read more >

Tags: alcohol, russian-federation, travel-health, travel-safety, vodka

A Healthy way to Visit Russia

RUSSIAN FEDERATION | Tue, 15 Jun 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [814]

A trip to Russia can be filled with exciting adventures, delectable cuisine and amazing memories.  With unique culture, beautiful scenery and some of the most amazing architecture the world over, Russia is a traveler’s dream.  But before you pack your ... Read more >

Tags: disease, europe, russian-federation, travel safety, travel-health

 

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