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... gold, enamel and crazy! It really was special plus it is one of the only Onion Domed churches in the city. We didn't go in but we will come back on our own to see the mosaic museum inside on Sunday. We drove up next to one of the many canals that cross St Petersburg, it is known as Venice of the North. (So is Amiens, Amsterdam & Brugge). But the buildings and palaces that line the canals do make it feel very Venetian. Our final stop was a large square that had a ...
... the concert ended and the politicians began to speak, everyone left! And I mean quickly.
We ended back in the party district and went to a couple of divey bars- Daya and later Poison. We figured with a name like that, what could go wrong? Drinks were certainly cheaper than in Scandinavia and we had figured out how to convert Rubles to Euros and dollars pretty easily. When you buy a mixed drink, the mixer costs almost as much as the vodka! ...
... and maintaining an empire. Also, to create a Russian city that would rival Amsterdam, London, and Paris.
*War between Russia and Sweden
*Significance of Peter’s travels through Europe
http://www.rmg.co.uk/explore/sea-and-sh ips/facts/explorers-and-leaders/peter-t he-great
As soon as I emerge from the subway, I am amazed. ...
... took me a bit but I soon found them. Very interesting listening to Igrid and his info on the palace. But by the time we got to the medieval arms and armour room, I quietly slipped away to take photos. It was now around 4pm and I had forgotten to eat lunch ( again). I honestly tried to get to the cafe but I kept getting distracted by things to look at....ooooo shiny! I made my way to the cafe to have a very small and very bad coffee and a slice of cake. I then stopped at ...
... inhabited Dresden and some of them made a lot of money. The real estate is still evident of this fact. After an hour and a half of a beautiful tour, we disembarked, and Rowland, bloodhound that he is, led us directly back to our parking where, for a change, there was no ticket waiting for us. From there we drove back to a medieval town, also known for its fine pottery, Meissen. Set on the Elba River, it is a typical old town with narrow cobblestone ...