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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
Arrivée pluvieuse à SPB, vite réconfortées par notre premier pirojki et une bonne nuit de sommeil à l'a auberge.
Première journée de balade dans cette magnifique ville. Visite des jardins et monuments sous un froid qui laisse présager le meilleur...
Coup de cœur pour la virée nocturne et la levée des ponts.
you are supposed to become younger, if you bathe in it. One of my fingers is
looking very young where I dipped it into the water and I am sure Aunty Sue’s
neck is looking much younger also, Uncle Mick is hoping for hair regrowth!
8/8/2013 Day 5 - Uglich
Ready for another tour of yet another island, this time with a spot of shopping thrown
in! I can’t believe the rows of tent shops, selling pretty much ...
... percentage of the population that appear to be either on the streets in poverty or struggling living in what appeared to be very old houses, and large unit complexes in various sad state if repair. Even when you look down the side streets in the city, the lack of maintenance and need for significant attention to buildings and infrastruure is very clear. The lack of what we would expect in normal kerb and channelling is a key observation, understanding the age of ...
St Petersburg is located on the Neva River at the head of the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea. In 1914 the name was changed from St Petersburg to Petrograd, in 1924 to Leningrad and in 1991 back to St Petersburg. St Petersburg was founded by Tzar Peter the Great on May 27 1703. From 1713 to 1728 and from 1732 to 1918 St Petersburg was the Imperial capital of Russia. It is Russia's second largest city after Moscow and has 5 million inhabitants. It is the northernmost city in the ...
... was the belle of the ball.
Elizabeth was stated to be the most beautiful princess in Europe at the time. Personal thoughts on this vary with modern tastes. Nonetheless, she was quite fashionable. When she died she had over 15,000 dresses and even more pairs of shoes. She never wore the same outfit twice and was always accompanied by over 200 servants. She was also the one to alter some decorations about the palace, bringing ...