Holiday Inn St. Petersburg Moskovskye Vorota
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... was a sight to see. Everything was covered in amber. The walls, ceilings pictures, picture frames, clocks and window casements were all made of amber. It was difficult to take photos as the reflections of everyone's flash created problems. The rest of the palace was gold leafed, room after room was covered in gold. It became hard too take and when you think of how the peasants were treated and had nothing it was overwhelming. It was easy to see why ...
... was assassinated on the embankment. Hence the spilled blood bit.
Next we headed to the 3,500 year old Egyptian Sphinx's on the other side of the river .Along the way we were hassled for the first and only time by some Russian souvenir mafia clown (with a bruised cheek/eye trying to sell a small dagger at close range – he took a bit of extra convincing than most pests but he finally got the message we weren’t ...
He whisked me down the road to the cash point , I withdrew my cash and he took me back to where we started – we did go down a one way street the wrong way for about half a mile but what’s life without a little adventure :) Needless to say Melissa almost murdered me when she heard what I had done!
Returning to the bar we bought more drinks, and then something happened which shocked Melissa to her very core … he bought over an ashtray! We ...
... on both sides. Locals running for trolley buses, watching to cross the road, avoiding the dozens of employees handing out leaflets. The only one I picked up was outside a coffee shop, so I assumed maybe some offer for a cake, but no, some lesbian show around the corner. I'd have definitely gone for the cake! My first evening, I walked a couple of kilometers to witness the winter palace lights. I ...
... me across the street. I nearly fell over when I reached the other side. I didn't understand what had happened. Then it kept happening.
There's more. Yesterday I was wandering around the Hermitage when I shouldn't have been (more on that in the next blog that I won't have time to write until later today or tomorrow apparently). A great herd of cruise ship tourists was being herded through the halls (herding tourists in ...