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... Czars and were very important in society. The palace was modest in size compared to the royal palaces but no less grand. It also had a surprising homey feel! ( for a home that happens to include a private theatre that seats a mere 150 people). It was the home where the conspirators murdered Rasputin and they have a couple of wax figures in the basement that are Rasputin and the Yusupov son who did the deed. We had some free time so a couple of us decided to remain in the area to ...
Wed 6 June
Saw the sights of SPB today and got a feel for the city – very cosmopolitan, very relaxed and quite safe. The traffic is chaotic but no sign of road rage except the occasional impatient car horn. We walked the Summer Garden awash (sorry!) with fountains and brides with their entourage (we see dozens every day- not sure what's going on) and back to the Cathedral of Spilt Blood which is quite beautiful in the shadow of St Basil’s in Moscow.
... br> boats and fished from the side in red speedos. There were girls
sunbathing and family wondering round with kids in pushchairs.
After snoozing in the sun for an hour or so we whent for an explore. At
the edge of the park we found a rundown amusement park. There was a
ricity ferace wheal and a few Tame looking rolercostera. Me and Sophy
bought some pop corn and took a ride on the wheal ...
... of Leningrad, and featured famous orchestral songs actually composed during the period – not to mention the actual performance itself! Nazis with devil horn helmets, dance fighting, a blood red St. Pete’s skyline backdrop, monuments emerging from the ground, weeping statue women – completely enthralling! After the ballet, due to the fact that Ali mistakenly let me lead the way, we got completely lost in the middle of the city. It was a blessing in disguise ...
... It was actually pretty good and if no one told me what it was I probably wouldn't feel so sick thinking about it. But no one needed to because it was an eyeball and looked remarkably like an eyeball. In China I ate all sorts of things that I couldn't name beyond meat or vegetable or rice if I wanted to. But I don't want to because I'm pretty sure most of it was dog. (That's not a joke, that ...
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