Guest House Nevsky 3
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... they revolted. Bloody peasants!) The ornateness, the glitter, the glamour....words can't describe it.
We hope you enjoy perusing a smattering of the 1286 photos Mandy managed to capture after 5 hours of trawling spectacular hall after fantastical corridor. It was all a bit much for poor Steve, who, not quite a culture vulture, decided that playing Candy Crush on the iPad in each stately room was a more fitting way to honour the fallen ...
... in photos, but a smaller building in the corner of Dvortsovaya Ploshchad. Just a little ways off of the square is the New Hermitage. The entrance to this building is flanked by four marble statues. During the 900 day siege of Leningrad (as St Petersburg was called then)during World War 2, these statues were damaged by German bombardment and you can still see the repairs today.
Elena then showed me the house where one of the most celebrated Russian ...
... all-inclusive this time means that all the booze is free, so the freebies at the cocktail party sort of lose the thrill compared to cruises where they are the only free drinks and we try to have as many as possible.
Nevertheless, old habits die hard so we enjoyed three glasses of the free ‘champers’ each as well as one or two ...
... just what we managed to see in a couple of hours. One could easily spend a week in this place without getting bored.
It would have been a much greater pleasure had it not been for the aforementioned swarm of tourists... Good grief, there must have been half the population of India in there and it was HOT! 28C outside, 39C inside, does no good for body odour and blood pressure. Oof, some of the nasty whiffs that passed by...
Valentina, our ...
... advance Australia fair which we found very amusing! No they didn't know that we were coming but as soon as our guide stepped out of the car she was asked who we were. Gave us a good laugh and made us feel like real VIPs
After visiting the Palace we went to a traditional Russian restaurant patronised by Putin and the king of Spain!!!! Now we knew we were VIPs. We felt very special!!!! The food was very good and we also got to taste local ...