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... what to expect. It didn't help that my light reading of the Lonely Planet on the flight from Berlin also revealed that it is common for tourist to be stopped by the police and 'fined' for made up reasons which is a way of getting a bribe to give you the opportunity to sort the problem out on the spot as opposed to going to the station and being formally booked. The best thing to do is to try to blend in and to look confident but this is very difficult to do with ...
... was the petrol head attitude here. There are few standard cars but rather people have chosen the GT with the fancy wheels. A mirror finish Bugatti Veyron passed us just now as have a host of super delux sports SUVs, road legal sports cars and massive 4x4s. Harley ownership is high and the road speeds are crazy. Many cars clatter past like tap dancers as it is time to change into summer tyres and save the metal studs for next winter. No speed cameras ...
... they revolted. Bloody peasants!) The ornateness, the glitter, the glamour....words can't describe it.
We hope you enjoy perusing a smattering of the 1286 photos Mandy managed to capture after 5 hours of trawling spectacular hall after fantastical corridor. It was all a bit much for poor Steve, who, not quite a culture vulture, decided that playing Candy Crush on the iPad in each stately room was a more fitting way to honour the fallen ...
... which is a point of pride for Muscovites. We were taken on a bit of a subway tour and can attest that it's popular ... another word for "packed". The main reason for the subway tour was to show off the different themes at different stations, and certainly they have spent a lot of money on art work in the subway stations. One platform has perhaps 30 large scale panels (maybe 6 by 8 feet) of mosaics depicting life in the Ukraine, for ...
... served in a tea pot, and eating our dinner on the pavement huddled in blankets (check the photos though because Russians do this, what sounds like tramp living, in style!) It hasn't all been Tom doing bad though. We accidentally went into quite a posh restaurant on my suggestions (it said home cooked food on the board outside in my defence!). It was particularly evident that we were in the wrong place when the woman offered me a stool for my bag....this ...