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... too - very much the air of the ACFR Christmas picnic although no families. A couple of the senior engineers had their wives along. Naturally, there was some sort of delay; I was told we were "waiting for Daria" but I don't know where she'd been. While we waited, we watched people on the quayside lighting small solid-fuel burners in miniature hot-air balloons and launching them, glowing, into the night sky. Very pretty. At times there were dozens of ...
And shuddered, whispering angrily,
"Ay, architect, with thy creation
Of marvels.... Ah, beware of me!"
And then, in wild precipitation
For now he seemed to see
The awful Emperor, quietly,
With momentary anger burning,
His visage to Yevgeny turning!
And rushing through the empty square,
He hears behind him as it were
Thunders that rattle in a chorus,
A gallop ponderous, sonorous, ...
... in a park across the Neva river from the fortress and see the back of 4 of the hermitage buildings from the bridge over the river and also several Viking monuments from when they had Vikings here or a Viking war or something. Didn't get that bit. There is a 3 masted wooden ship moored close to the fortress and it is a gift from Poland for the 300th anniversary of the city, maybe and supposed to be like the ...
Natalia picked us up at 10:00am to go to Peterhoff. It was another beautiful day. We have been so blessed with incredible
weather the past few days, comfortably warm and lots of sunshine. As we headed out of the city towards our
destination we saw several pretty sites – churches and other buildings. I have been impressed by the amount of
construction going on – public works projects all over town, renovation of