LDM Hotel (Leningradsky Youth Palace)
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... to read any of the signs, thinking we'd be lost in that huge gallery full of endless rooms for ever, like something from a Gothic-horror story.
Forget seeing the two Leonardos -- just way too many people. The whole crowd scene is impossible.
We found refuge among the prehistoric stuff, where no one goes... a bit like the toilet roll section at Waitrose on Christmas Eve- a place of retreat after battling with hordes in the turkey ...
... much of it but if they took it one step further and walked up to me laughing......weirdo! As the days went on in St Petersburg, we started to mellow a bit and become more understanding of the Russian ways. We have still been giving the police a wide berth but now when the old ladies shout at us for doing something wrong (they shout at everyone in the tourist attractions for minor offences), we no longer feel annoyed but give them a little smile......passive aggression ...
... out flowers in the city tubs, cleaning the streets and abseiling down buildings to power hose the windows ! Teenagers out weeding and raking the parks under close supervision. However, except for the sunbathers, everyone still in their black winter coats and sunglasses are worn at all times - inside and out.
Beautiful buildings and cathedrals at every turn. The Hermitage is amazing both inside and out.
Sometimes you have to speak in superlatives. Yet there is no way I could convey the vastness of these 5 joined museums. There are around 3 million items on exhibition. To spend 1 minute viewing each, apparently it would take 10 years to see everything ... now my math was never that good, so this is what Im told! But I believe it. In 2 1/2 hours we merely touched a few highlights. Our spirit would have loved to carry on and spend ...
... for dear life as she didn't have a seat belt to restrain her. The driver weaved in and out of the traffic as we tried to take in the sights as well as click away at the odd photo opportunity. As we sped through the crazy traffic, we were all just hoping against hope that the driver was taking us to where we wanted to go.
Along the way we had the opportunity to form our first impressions of St. Petersburg. We observed that some ...