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... village to paint your own matryoshka (a nesting
doll). The first thing I noticed about Russia was that it was cold. Very cold.
Of course in an apparent lapse of judgment, I forgot to pack any truly warm
clothes. As I debarked the ship head to toe in layers, the skies were a bleak
Once we got to the river,
a slew of roughly 40 students crammed onto the tiny vessel. The top was
uncovered and as we ...
... bookshop and Darlene purchased a number of items. It’s still called the Singer Building but no longer has any connection to the sewing machine company.
Tsarskoe Selo is the small town located fifteen miles south of the center of St. Petersburg. It is now the town of Pushkin and contains a World’s Heritage Site, Catherine’s Palace. The Palace was almost ...
... kitten. Typically, these cats don't let others touch them and locals know not to, due to possible disease and attacks ( in order to protect themselves or their young). But this kitty was different. She stayed on the steps as my sister spoke to her softly. She even let my sister pet her! You could tell there was much satisfaction from both ends. Then slowly the grey kitten started to raise ifs right paw and BAM! The ...
... revolted over such opulence.
On to the gardens. The gardens consisted of 270 hectares of ponds, buildings, fountains, flowers and many more gold statues. The palace was built on a hill, from there the grand steps took your to a canal that led to the Gulf of Finland. Fountains, and stairs cascaded down as part of a huge water feature. All of the fountains were supplied by water from the pond and only gravity was used. This Palace was ...
... any pictures here as I thought they weren't allowed - so rule abiding huh, only to find numerous others snapping away oh well. It was fun to wander around, you can even pickup vodka which might be specific to the hall amongst huge selections of chocolates, sweets, pastries and more. The lemon loaf was simply divine. There's another food hall I would have loved to check out if we had more time. It's in the basement of Stockman's near the train station, which is also supposedly the ...