Arthurs Village & Spa Hotel
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... Church should have done more to help the workers rather than hoarding so many possessions. Mind you I'm not sure if there's anywhere else in the world where you can see 10 Faberge Eggs in a single cabinet, along with other Faberge items including animals and a particularly good dandelion head. The best egg had a clockwork model of the Trans-Siberian ...
... a great meeting place for Muscovites. Its large rooms were decorated with gilded vases, carved oak cabinets, chandeliers and statues. The furniture was ordered from the famous masters Louis Majorelle company in Nancy, France in 1912. Marble staircase with wrought iron railings lead from one floor to another. Stuffed bears met the visitors of the main hall. It must have been quite an amazing experience just to visit the chemist.
Nikolskaya Street ...
... crazy depictions of hell, and italian museum guards constantly preventing tourists from not taking pictures ("NO FOTO!" over and over again). St peter's basilica definitely takes the cake for best church/cathedral/religious building I've visited thus far. Very large and ornate.
Walked from vatican to nearest metro station, took in hectic streets of rome buzzing with italians and tourists alike for the ...
... to the commentary and taking pics from all angles.
Dinner was at the Tatler Club - which was everything I'd imagined a Russian club to be...dark, long-legged blonde model types...and a band that was pretty good - they did Russian Rock 'n Roll. There was a photographer going around taking pics of the people at the 'tables to be seen at' (this was the Tatler Club after all. Note: photographer didn't stop at our table...this, like our cab ride here, set us ...
... cartoon characters and people, lots of tourists. After some time we arrived at our final destination, Arbat 16. I'm not going to lie this is probably one of the strangest places I have ever been in but it was AMAZING! It was a building designed with five specialized rooms.
Room 1: All the World is Upside Down.
At first this was a strange little room to be in first thing you do is walk into a garage of someone's "home" but turns out your on the roof... so everything from ...