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... asked us to be quiet when we burst out into a fit of laughter in a restaurant. Different country, different customs.
I was happy to try some Russian food such as Dolma, Pelmeni, Khachapuri and the classic Beef Stroganoff. I also enjoyed the dinner with our class where we had the chance to taste various Russian specialties, which gave me a nice overview of the Russian food.
Another goal I set myself for this study trip was getting to know other classmates better. ...
... from 1830 to 1917. They designed the most beautiful suite of reception rooms. Their art gallery till today displays some paintings which once were part of the family art collection. We saw the famous private theatre of the Yusupov Palace, which is almost a little copy of the Mariinsky theatre. Every generation of the Yusupovs designed and redesigned some of the rooms, and as a result the palace turned into a museum displaying historical interiors from the beginning ...
... story is all about Roman gladiators and the fighting scenes, dancing and scenery were really dramatic and exciting. If you are someone who thinks you wouldn't like going to a ballet - go to this one, it was like watching a film on stage with outstanding music!
The city has a much more ...
... just over 3 hours south of Oulu. Its major drawing cards were the tower on the hill, and the biggest smoke sauna in the world! The day started off snowy, and early. Our German boys, Daniel and Julian, shared the driving, as us girls (Luisa, Lucia, Paula, Maruša, and Manca) sat in the back. The van wasn't in rows, which was awesome! There was a row of 4, facing the front, and 2 single seats, facing the back; this meant we were all facing each other, and we had a huge ...
... Sometimes called the “Venice of the North”, the city is filled with beautiful, ornate, and colorful buildings lining rivers and canals for miles. The tsars invited in the architects, palace builders and city planners from all over Europe to build a city from scratch. That city, never captured in World War I or WWII, and frozen in time during the Soviet period is preserved today as a shining example of European wealth and sophistication of the royalty ...