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... when traveling the world. I think I’m most excited for global infectious diseases. Professor Dahl lectures on the diseases and infections that have either influenced or are currently wreaking havoc on the nations we visit. We get to learn about the mechanisms of the diseases and all the homework he gives is so interesting that it’s not really like homework. Perfect ship friend bonding time happens in our tiny cabins crying ...
... two of these groups you could end up with a bi-lingual tour ahead and behind of you. We didn't bother with our own audio guide here as we'd mainly come to see the architecture, in particular the Amber Room which is a small bed chamber completely covered with amber. I'm sure an audio guide would have told us lots of information, none of which we'd have remembered and even without it we could see that the rooms and their contents were old, had been well preserve ...
... for a little while. It wasn't too hard to spot the buses once we got out but there was no indication they were ours. Anyway, Anna our guide was very nice and explained that we were of to the souvenir shop - which is the way they operate here - then onto The Church of The Spilt Blood (don't ask!), followed by our river and canal cruise. We bought a Matrouska set of dolls at the shop, not Babouska, as ...
... 10 minutes and then we're picked up by my cousins hubby. 1 min. later and I was home! Never I would have guessed that sushi was such an event! The couple sitting across from us, got up 3 times to go out and smoke outside ( new law of no smoking inside public places and only 10 feet away from a building went into effect June 1st), they were still there talking, eating and drinking wine when we left. I fell asleep around 2 a.m. ending my long taco/quesadilla yesterday with a sushi ...
... brides having pictures taken in the park.
Come afternoon we strolled down to check out a big Russian Orthodox cathedral called Kazan Cathedral. It was very big and pretty on the inside but even more interestingly it was the only church we have been into as tourists that wasn't filled with tourists. It was filled with people but all were observing it as a church. People were praying and crossing themselves before walking in and then there was a huge ...