Courtyard St Petersburg Vasilievsky
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... we had there - but we gave it a decent crack. The rooms themselves were breathtaking, then to see works by Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Renoir, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Monet, and Picasso nearly finished me off. Just when it couldn't get any more perfect, we entered a small room and there were 4 men dressed in tuxedos. They spoke to our guide in Russian and they turned out to be professional singers who were rehearsing and asked if we would like them to sing for us. We had a private ...
... they used for such ordinary objects that could easily be destroyed or at least worn down very quickly. The next room displayed 19 gilded carriages from the 18th & 19th centuries. The first one looked very primitive but they progressively got more grand until Catherine the Great’s carriage, which was covered in emeralds and rubies and other gemstones on the outside of the carriage. Can you imagine if the outside of cars were covered in jewels today?
... 101 bus to Kronstadt. It took about a hour and a security guard at the bus terminal outside the metro station was very helpful in finding us the correct bus. We alighted at the end of the route in Central Kronstadt and about a 20 minute walk to the memorial I was interested in visiting.
In March 1921 the sailors and civilian personnel on Kronstadt rebelled against the severity and undemocratic nature of ...
The second day in this historical city was spent visiting the summer and winter palaces.
The summer palace is about 20 kms west of the city on the coast. After donning on plastic overshoes it was off for a guided tour of the palace. The palace was only built as a place to receive guests and wine and dine them and to impress them.
These guests were certainly impressed by the sheer size ...
... surly, Russian character displayed so frequently by waiters and the like is not perhaps because of sleep deprivation! Who knows whether Dostoyevsky might not have written "Honesty and Rewards" if he'd lived in Nairobi?) What made matters even worse for us (naturally poor sleepers who need a very regular routine to function properly) was that our room was on the fifth (top) floor and is fitted with not-very-good curtains and a massive skylight!! Of course the room is lovely and light... ...