The Brothers Karamazov hotel
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... was essentially just an old railway siding that had been filled with around 80 refurbished engines and carriages. There were early 20th Century steam locomotives, Soviet era missile carriers, original Trans Siberian carriages and those little carts that are powered by moving a handle up and down by hand. I took dozens of photos and got told off again, this time for climbing on an engine, when an erie metallic voice boomed out of some speakers the second I took a step on ...
... backpack and suitcase, I realized I had packed no tuxedo. On second thought, I realized I didn't own a tuxedo. On third thought, I realized I'd never have a need to ever buy a tuxedo. So it was off to the ballet in our cleanest dirty clothes.
We bought tickets to see Don Quixote, after the novel of the same name by Miguel de Cervantes. It played at the famous Mariinsky Theater. The Mariinsky traces its ...
... style, went down an escalator that went down 22 levels to what seem to us a very old railway set up but they are very proud of it. No matter what way we looked at it St Petersberg & surrounds were just awe inspiring to see, sad that so much opulence is wasted on stuff but on the other hand unreal to see it live pictures never do this type of place justice. Just a shame we had to see it in bad weather but it is just how I imagined Russia would be. ...
... was much smaller. 1 million residents were lost and 1 million soldiers killed in defense of the city. Overall 30 million Russians were killed in the war. Hard to imagine those kind of numbers. This morning we visited Peter and Paul's church which is on a island across from the Hermitage. This is where the Russian Tsar's are buried including the last one Nicholas the 2nd. They did not start looking for his body until after the Soviets were gone. I have never seen ...
... morning we headed out for our first full day of our 3 day tour. After a hearty breakfast (where we the only non-Asians in the dining room), we head out to learn about Peter the Great’s rise from military leader to setting the course for a Romanov dynasty that lasted another 200 years. Over the course of the next 3 days we crisscross the city and hop over many bridges to tour the sites inside the city – Peter the Great’s original log cabin, the ...