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... Tzar's Village.
Peter the great presented the estate to his wife Catherine in 1719, and it remained as a summer residence for many years.
It is one of the longest buildings Video Girl has seen, more than 350 metres in length with 25 lavish rooms currently open to the public, including the Throne Room, the State Dining Room, the Reception Room, the Amber Room etc.
When the building was originally built it had ...
... against the excesses of their royal overlords in the early 20th century.
Backpacks and coats were supposed to be left at a coat check area near the entrance. But just like our guide had predicted, the coat check ladies exercised a lot of their own discretion, and they let me keep my jacket and fanny pack.
Everyone was required to wear disposable shoe covers, to prevent damage to the wood floors.
... of sound and look on as the front end of the cars dive forward as they screech to a halt, while the local waltzes across the crossing. The drag strip then starts off again.
Got back to hotel and rested up, before heading out to get some grub and a beer. We checked out a few, but being a Wednesday, most were quiet, except of course pub O'hooligans.The token Irish bar. We met a few people there who suggested we check ...
... On our way back we caught a cab, so half of our trip was cut to a shorter travel time! Perfect, and the driver didn't drive like a maniac, bonus!!! As we got off our bus that dropped us off by the metro, no one said thank you to the driver. I found that very odd but wasn't surprised. As I exited the bus I yelled Spasibo! To which the driver responded, pozaliysta ( you are welcome ) Wow! I didn't think he would respond (as drivers don't really ever ...
... the guide gave out radio ear-pieces that would allow us all to hear what she said through her microphone. At least that was the idea, but once we got off the bus the wind took hold, and mostly all we could hear was the wind rushing down her microphone, interspersed with the guide’s voice every now and again, so not an entirely successful exercise.