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... a few nice parks with artwork where tourists could rest and take pictures. There were oddly no restaurants open, but all the burger/hotdog/junk food stands were still operating.
Since everything else required payment to enter, we headed to the prison. It was called the “Trebeskoy Bastion Prison”. Apparently it was mainly used to house political prisoners. There were stories of many of the ...
... Moscow airport by a staff member (a woman barely over 5 ft wearing heels). The first thing she said to us was "Can you run?" After glancing at her with puzzled looks and half nodding she starts sprinting across the airport. We are very thankful for her and we made our connection to Istanbul, getting here around 2 am last night, but I think we both can say we never hope to be greeted with "can you run?" at an airport ...
... to get there is taking the bus. Note that there are many pickpockets active at St. Petersburg. We experienced that they are working quite organized. When we entered the bus our last person was surrounded by 6 guys, so he couldn't enter, neither go out. Luckily he managed to escape without any loss and we were 'kind of safe' in the bus and entered the square in front of the Hermitage.
The Hermitage is a museum of art and culture in Saint Petersburg, Russia. One ...
... Museum of art for 3 hours and looked at paintings that were arguably not paintings at all but rather shapes (one was just of a square, see picture attached). One of the films we watched in class on Thursday however, which was not laced with melatonin, happened to be one of the best movies I have ever seen. It was called 'Burnt by the Sun' and had the kind of symbolism that makes you want to watch the movie another 5 times in a row. It took place in 1930's ...
... music starts, and one by one the jets of the fountain come to life, filling all the tiers of the main fountain as well as ancillary fountains located throughout the garden. Behind the main fountain is a grotto where the royal family and the court could dine al fresco, surrounded by the water. The fountain opening ceremony is a very impressive spectacle to observe and the entire area is filled with visitors gathered around to witness it.
After the fountain ceremony, we ...