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... Since the weather was nice and we had some time before our next tour, Maria took us to a souvenir shop that carries replicas of the eggs in the Faberge Museum. She had a sales person show us the various eggs and the surprises inside. We even got to hold them and look at them up close. Even though they are replicas they are still beyond our budget so we walked to museum to see the real ones. When we arrived, Maria discovered that the tour will ...
... your 20s who cares? But now I REALLY appreciate what we've got.
3. Start finding your meeting point 30 minutes before the due time JUST in case you get lost.
As we did though Rick won't admit it.
Again, I had to pressure him into starting to find the meeting point early at the Hermitage and thank God I did as we were racing in the end, panic-stricken, trying to find the way from non-English speaking gallery guards, squeezing through massive ...
... locals installed by locals, hidden away on the side of an embankment only for those who know of its existence... It also represents an increasing trend of anti-monumental culture, initiated as a backlash against the communist government’s plethora of massive monuments throughout Moscow and St. Petersburg..." (William and Mary in St Petersburg Site of Student Research)
The name Chizhik-Pyzhik is derived from an old Russian folk song line of ...
... on this flight. When we eventually arrived, we had to go through customs, which was daunting for myself but ok for Alison. The customs official spoke very little English and she was asking me if I had just come from Ukraine.... errr I don't think so!! She also thought my visa was fake and started scraping at it. All this and I hadn't even entered the country. For St Petersburg you can actually enter the city for 72 hours without a visa but as we were ...
A guy in a green t-shirt came up to me and was trying to give me postcards. I said I didn’t want them and he kept insisting and saying he wanted us to come to his souvenir shop. I kept saying no and he got more and more aggressive. He started pulling at my shirt and grabbing my arm. I finally pushed him away and had to say "get off me!" just to get him to leave me alone. The whole thing took maybe ten seconds and as soon as he ...