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... of the 'team' arrived late Monday night but were up and ready for a gathering in the morning before a boat cruise of the canals. Tuesday was the 74th anniversary of the siege if Leningrad which lasted 900 days. We went out to a Georgian restaurant last night for authentic food with our guide Marsha. We are off to Moscow today, Wednesday by ...
... the airport,(heavy breathing, sweating, minor panic attack) found her at the other door. She took us to the hotel and we had walk around. It started to snow and was very pretty. Day two, we spent the day sight seeing museums and parks, small flurries of snow and -10.
I hope you all aren't sweating too much in the heat and are enjoying the Xmas break.
love Peter and sue xx ...
... and clean the streets are. Our self guided tour, along with Pat and Syd, mainly consisted of walking exercise and people watching. We spent a bit of time browsing a "normal" shopping centre, but again, couldn't find anything of particular interest to stuff in our suitcases. There is no doubt that some very fashionable clothes are sold and worn here, but the prices are high, probably comparable to London or New York. We did ...
... where a fresh team of security officers was just starting for the day. The rollers that scoop your stuff through the X-ray machine were motionless and there were none of those trays that are usually standing about for you to put your stuff into. So we started the laborious process of unpacking - liquids & gels out of the handbag and the sponge bag inside the cabin bag; laptops both out of the laptop bag, phones and wallets into the laptop bag; moneybelts ...
... the man.
"What's wrong?" asked the man in the car.
"Terrorists have captured president Putin and are threatening to burn him alive with gasoline if we don't collect 1 billion rubles to pay his ransom! Can you help us?"
"Sorry." replied the man in the car. "I only have 1 liter of gas in my car. I don't think I can help you out."
Hilarious I know. Well Thats all for now.