LDM Hotel (Leningradsky Youth Palace)
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... magnificence. Here I am going to give you a short list, the high spots.
The peacock automata was set working so I saw it raise its tail, look it up on the internet.
I stood in front of the two most beautiful Leonard Da Vinchi portrait's I have ever seen, makes the Monalisa look very over rated.
Furniture to make you salivate especially the Bull work backed by ...
... Buddhism, medicine and science. He teaches at Stanford (imaging in medicine) and she was a banking professional.
A British couple -- he's a carpenter-- who went to Corfu a few years ago and ended up, on spec, buying a ruin and building their dream house.
I'm so glad we chose the Russian cruise. It's NOTHING like I expected and the Russian people and the place itself are just wonderful!
And we still have another week to go.
... sculptures. Nevsky Prospekt was selected also as a setting for Dostoevsky's famous works Crime and Punishment and the Double: A St Petersburg Poem.
The Armenian Apolistic Church of St Catherine, a pretty blue and white church on Nevsky Prospeckt caught our eye. Since the foundation of the city, Armenian merchants and artisans had inhabited the banks of the Neva River. Peter the Great actually went out of his way to especially welcome them to the ...
... Wendy's (an American fast food chain, also found in NZ and Russia - in the Russian one you can also get a beer according to our sources) however after walking up and down the long stretch of Nevsky Prspekt (St Petersburg's main street) we couldn't see any Wendy's so instead settled for a burger and beer at The Grizzly Bear. Using wifi at the restaurant google reported that Wendy's no longer exists in Russia - the last restaurant closed in July, ...
... hotel receptionist, the first thing that I would naturally do is smile. Smiling is such an important thing to me as it shows me someone is friendly and approachable. Russians do not smile at strangers. To them smiling at a stranger is a very weird thing to do and they also think it is very hypocritical. Apparently Russians are very direct and pride themselves on their straight talking honesty. Smiling at a stranger to them is a fake thing to do and I read ...