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... of fountain that worked by being gravity fed, no pumps. To say that they were fantastic is an understatement, I’m hoping that the photos show how grand they are. There was little gazebo type buildings, one of these had birds in cages. The café is now housed in what was called the Orange house, what we would call a green house. It was called the Orange house because of the colour of the building not for what was grown in them. The gardens seemed to go ...
... out in exacting detail how to get from the airport to our hotel here in beautiful St. Petersburg using only public transport. For less than 2 bucks each we ended up a short walk from the hotel using a combination of mini-bus and metro. Cue Dad smiling!
So now the trip starts in earnest. We are beyond the kind reach of our Swedish family and must rely on on gestures and traveling ...
... 8217;s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s) before going into a bit of the old Pomp and Circumstance. The audience were joining in and waving their flags, singing Rule Britannia and other patriotic songs, and it really was quite stirring in a way. Fantastic stuff.
We all left the Neptune Lounge on a high, then went along to do the quiz as usual – ...
... are all in one huge opulent building. It was very exciting to have been able to view art by these masters that we have read about.
The Gold Storage has an exceptional range of gold jewellery and artifacts from all over Russia dating back to before 200BC as well as a collection of Ambassadorial gifts to the rulers of Russia from all over the world.
From there, we were bussed to a modern storage ...
... palaces were converted to mundane use, the Education Commissariat decided to preserve the mansion as a public museum. Today the palace serves as a Palace of Culture for Educators and it also functions as a museum to Rasputin's murder. The courtyard where Rasputin attempted to flee from his killers is now occupied by a kindergarten playground adjacent to the palace. “”””
Whether the story of the killing of Rasputin is ...