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... angle. It can take anywhere from 3-5 minutes to go from top to bottom.
During World War II most of the palaces in this area were occupied by Nazi troops. The palaces were systematically looted, dynamited, burned, and booby-trapped as the Germans retreated at the end of the war. The cultural destruction was one of the charges brought against the Nazis at the Nuremburg Trials. The Amber Room in Catherine’s Palace has never been found and only recently has it ...
... entrance door call system) to get access into our grandmas building. She lives in a 9 story apartment flat. We come across our first outdoor cat at the entrance. You can see a picture of him in this entry.
After we drink tea and talk with our grandma and great grandma, we then leave them and continue with Olga to get ice cream and to visit a city park. I get black currant ice cream and my sister gets raffaelo and caramel scoops. We savor the flavors we haven't ...
... a couple of making breakfast, a couple of Frenchies on the computer and the new bloke (Neil, staying until the 24th according to his bed tag) eating muesli from a saucepan. I spoke to the French lads briefly and to Neil for a while. He was thinking about doing a walking tour if St P, having seen a leaflet in the hostel for a free one; and asked if I'd like to join him.
As it started in half an hour I just had time to give my teeth a quick brush before we had to ...
... wasn't even enough time to get around building fully let alone look at anything properly. After that we met up the rest (who had been to see the museum with bottled foetuses and other oddities which they said was disappointing) and climbed up St Isaac's Cathedral. Vladimir was really good at giving us an idea of the history ...
Our last full day in this lovely city and we decided to jump on the metro again and visit The Alexander Nevskiy monastery. It is a sprawling monastery complex on the banks of the Neva, founded in 1710 by Peter the Great. It is still a monastery and working cathederal. Services were being held while we were there. We also followed a tour group through the graveyard here. The Tikhvin cemetery houses ...