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... 10:01 pm so we all headed off to the train station about 9:20 from dinner to be sure they made it too the train. Which they did. The seating on the train was cabins of 6 and it didn't look like they folded out to beds and it would seem there may not be any air conditioning. It may well be one hell of a journey but no doubt we will hear about Wednesday. Did I mention it's David's birthday:-) Anyways back to the hotel we went and off to bed as we had a 9:30 start ...
... and incontinence stains with a moist hankie and there you are, good as new for a small Emilie shuffling in, head cast down, chin touching a dirty overall bearing Inmate 50212 and, "Gonna get you," in someone else's blood. I've seen the films!
Contemplating how delicately I can explain the situation to my family in such a way as to avoid a tumult of, "She's done it again!"s, I spot what appears to be a Whipping bus through the trees in the park.
... s face. This was some ancient work of art, and the man said: "Don't tell anyone, but that is Putin!" A close look revealed that the face did look like President Putin. What a laugh.
The works of art in the Hermitage are boundless, including inlaid table tops, Da Vinci originals
... 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 ...
... go on to become the recognized master of late baroque in Russia, to create a new, larger palace on the site. Completed in 1735, the third Winter Palace served for only 17 years before Rastrelli was again asked, this time by Empress Elizabeth (Elizaveta Petrovna), to expand the building. After two years proposing different plans to adapt the existing building, Rastrelli eventually decided to completely rebuild the palace, and his new design was confirmed by the empress in ...