Nevsky Prospect B&B
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... around the gardens.
Having spent two hours strolling around the gardens in a t-shirt taking pictures, I bought my ticket for the Palace.
I was not to be disappointed !
I thought the Winter Palace was good but this place was awesome and really took your breath away.
The sheer extravagance was unbelievable.
Unfortunately, no cameras allowed so I can only show you pictures from the guide book.
The treasures ...
... why the silence. But we left in April without a Russian visa in our passports. No visa, no visit to Russia.
As we worked our way north, Darlene, ever persistent, found a company in Prague that would provide expedited visas – for a lot of money. So in June, while in Prague, we handed over a credit card and our passports to an "expediter" and waited for them to reappear in a week with a Russian ...
... multi-coloured, onion-domed church was built on the spot where Emperor Alexander 2nd was assassinated on March 1,1881. Church construction was from 1883 to 1907 and was inspired particularly by St Basil Cathedral on the Red Square in Moscow. The facades are faced with glazed shaped brick and ceramic tiles as well as decorated with mosaic panels. The five cupolas of the church, some 1,000 square metres in area, are covered with ...
... was an interesting task because ************e speaks English in Russia, and they were all horrified that we couldn't speak Russian (because obviously is a major language worldwide and a must have language for all.. right?). We actually got glared at, and just about shouted at, but some lady in the supermarket when we had to apologise for not being able to understand her. Russians are a little scary!
Paula and Lucia had booked the night cruise, so we didn't see them, but Lui ...
... was not painted as I initially had expected but rather mosiac'ed (is that a verb?) and was pieced together by these giant murals. It was both stunning and beautiful and I had never seen anything like it. On the topic of art, as we were leaving we walked through a grouping of stalls and found the Rembrandt of modern day Russia. His name? Igor. I bought this sweet painting off of him for $45 USD that will definitely be going up in my apartment one day (no mom and dad ...