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... classical conditioning by observing a dogs response to food expectation. Unlike the drooling response to the actual presentation of food, which is an unconditioned reflex, drooling in expectation of food is a conditioned reflex (as in learning that a boat intercom buzzer usually means mealtime for instance). Classical conditioning is often used to treat phobias, anxiety and panic disorders and has nothing to do with age. I mentioned our quickly-learned, conditioned ...
... there, we went to a restaurant for Russian tea and small snacks.
Our second tour was an evening cruise down the Neva River, the main river in St. Petersburg. The city is very odd. It has some of the most beautiful buildings you’ll see, next door to run-down areas. It feels like after 50 years, it’ll either be completely gentrified, or impossibly ruined. However, for now, onion-domed buildings, gold-plated spires and MANY palaces line the streets.
... up! We sluggishly sorted ourselves out and got showered and changed ready for tonight’s theme, which was red, white and blue attire or British Night.
Trevor wore black trousers, a white shirt and looked very smart in a Union Jack waistcoat and bow tie, and I wore white trousers, a Union Jack t-shirt and carried a massive British flag, which I ...
... So instead, we went for a nice coffee and headed over to the Peter and Paul fortress. Inside the fortress was a huge cathedral, which inside had more gold than Argos Elizabeth Duke collection (and that is a LOT). Also witnessed the always excellent Russian workmanship - a corrugated iron fence near the cathedral blew off in the wind into a group of people, lovely! After that we went to the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood (or something like that) which looks a ...
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Firstly, for us to be in St Petersburg founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, was a dream realised - as was our first tour, The Hermitage. Catherine the Great founded the Museum in 1764 with the first collection of 255 paintings from Berlin. Since then the collection has grown to over 3 million pieces of art and artifacts from all over the world ...