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... the 1700's.
And I thought the winter palace was good.
Was i in for another surprise ?
I arrived at 10.45am, just in time for the switching on of the fountains (which is done to music).
The gardens spread out as far as the eye can see right along the Baltic shoreline (where jet foils now and again spoil the tranquility transporting people in from St Petersburg).
There were fountains everywhere and all different ...
... of the shots I took on this report you'll see what I mean about the size of the place. Oh, and am seeing many different sorts of hats! Lots of uniformed men around town. I was wondering if they were really doing anything? Didn't look like it to me. Another thing, no bikes! Inna said that St P's is very flat, no hills at all. But I think I saw 4 cyclists only. Very ...
... Moscow airport by a staff member (a woman barely over 5 ft wearing heels). The first thing she said to us was "Can you run?" After glancing at her with puzzled looks and half nodding she starts sprinting across the airport. We are very thankful for her and we made our connection to Istanbul, getting here around 2 am last night, but I think we both can say we never hope to be greeted with "can you run?" at an airport ...
... and treasures. It was said that if you spent one minute with each piece it would take 11 years to see it all. The lines are long and mass confusion. You must always be with your guide! We are issued head sets that we take off and on all day. No bags allowed and coats must be checked. There is one hall to the cloak room and hundreds of people must do this. This is also where the 'water closets' are. Only the WC marks the restrooms all over the cities.We are escorted ...
Luke finally saved the day by asking the girls behind us if they could speak English which they did!!! They promised to tell us when our stop was there. They saved us big time. We rode the train for 30 minutes through heaps of different stops and would have had no idea where or when to get off. The bus was equally exciting as we knew the correct number but couldn't ask for the right place so just had to gamble and get off when everyone else did. Holy moly ...