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... the time checkin opened the queue was right back to the luggage scanning area. Luckily for us we were close to the front of the queue. We didn't have to complete any documentation again but our carry on luggage must have been scanned about three times. Once through customs and through duty free we found seat in the Starbucks as we had about a 1 hour 30 minute wait for our flight. Thank you Alex and Lesley for the updated Cullen blog and the pic. It's good to ...
... costume of Halloween decor and is otherwise deserted lending it even more to that imminent-horror look. Actually, the only reason I'm staying here is because I know that the meeting point for the buses is directly outside and up ten steps so, at the very least, I'll make it out of Russia.
Ten minutes to the meeting time, a bouncing, blonde waitress appears to re-take my order. She wooshes away and swooshes back in two minutes later with a ...
... Hermitage Museum
13:00-14:00 last Russian lunch
14:00-15:00 guided tour of Yusupov Palace
15:00- 15:30 guided tour of St. Isaac's Cathedral
... take... I got off the bus and walked down the steps to the train station. Literally, within seconds, I was confronted by four armed police officers, who demanded to see my documents, repeatedly shouting Russian words at me. I did what I do best, and panicked. I completely froze. What should I do? This is where it gets weird...
Out of nowhere, a Russian girl (obvs a stunner) came over and put her arm around me, and told ...
... Palace, and then of the original Grand Palace. The estate was equally popular with Peter's granddaughter, Empress Elizabeth, who ordered the expansion of the Grand Palace and greatly extended the park and the famous system of fountains, including the truly spectacular Grand Cascade.
Improvements to the park continued throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. Catherine the Great, after leaving her own mark on the park, moved the court to Pushkin, but Peterhof ...