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... The palace is of immense size. You could easily loose your way around. We were shown many typical palace riches. Furniture, paintings, well crafted statues (usually of a Greek theme). Marble is also a dominant feature in some of the accessible construction in the building. Some of the interior timber is crafted from Russian Birch.
... there are speed zones, but nothing is enforced by the police, who are everywhere mind you. It would be nothing to see cars doing in excess of 90 - 120 even in 50 zones. It is crazy stuff, but it seems to work. What is even crazier is the pedestrian crossings. You see the pedestrian has right of way here. At a crossing you simply start walking and the traffic stops. I watched as local russians would walk out in front of cars, doing ...
... dropped. Inside was amazingly beautiful. I can't really describe how beautiful it was. Not even sure pictures can do it justice.
I made my way back to Nevskii Prospekt and walked for a while taking in the sights before stopping off for dinner in a bar called Viking. Was able to make myself understood and had a nice meal before heading back to the hostel. Was very very tired after all the miles Elena and I walked so I slept like a log.
... as well! I laughingly asked if we could be on their team next time!
When we got back to our cabin, it was without any surprise that we heard the announcement which said that all outdoor entertainment tonight would be cancelled due to the unexpected windy weather. The cruise director, Anthony, then advised us where the music, etc. would be moved ...
... we had to all troop out, take the mandatory photos (sometimes including posed ones of all of us) and troop back in.
We had a lucky escape: at the first photo-stop, Alona said we should NOT take our valuables with us because of the risk of pick-pockets but instead leave them on the bus with Nikolai the driver. I asked about passports, as I was pretty sure we were expected to carry them at all times (as we were, in pouches against our skins) and ...