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... Conservatoire which was founded by the composer Rimsky-Korsakov. The performance was the ballet Cinderella by Prokofiev. The dancing, scenery and costumes were wonderful and it was a fabulous opportunity to see real ballet in Russia.
We arrived back just before 23:00 and had a quick snack and a couple of glasses of wine before going to bed. The end of an exhausting but very fulfilling ...
... dumplings. Very tasty. Weather? Quite warm and steamy which surprised me, being so far north of the equator. Of course, nothing is air conditioned really. Had the fan on all night. Would love to come back to St P in the semi winter when I can imagine the place is gloriously beautiful. Off for a day of sightseeing and ballet ...
... numerous buildings were constructed for running the fortress. The most impressive of which is St Peter and Paul Cathedral. The xxxx feet high gold spire can be seen for miles around and looks beautiful with the sun reflecting off of it. The cathedral is the resting place of the Romanovs from Peter the Great onwards. All the royals are interred in marble sarcophagi with gilt nameplates. Being able to read Russian came in very handy to identify who was ...
... start with. It'd truly a free for all without any suggestion of rules or regulations. There may be some but I couldn't work it out....
The speed limit appears to depend on how fast you vehicle will go, and that's both in the country side and in towns. St Petersburg has an 8 lane road running right through it, it has buses, pedestrian crossing, traffic lights, all the things you would expect on any high street except you'll regularly see cars and bikes screaming up and ...
... simple and modest things. We walked for miles, or so it seemed, through the gardens and maze of fountains, in the blistering heat we have had for the past few days now. Exhausted, we stopped for a drink at a small café on the grounds and got our energy back. The boat ride back dropped us off right at our next destination, the Hermitage. It is a huge complex of five large buildings, designed to ...