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... trams and paving in disrepair. The buildings are mainly high rise apartments of various types in the city area, with reclaiming land to make an under construction or unfinished port area. Petrol is about $1 per litre. The streets are generally clean with street sweepers and washed down. The traffic is not as intense being a weekend. We had a history lesson on Catherine, Peter I, II,III. Elizabeth, Anne, Paul, Alexi with wars, marriages, infidelity, children ...
... restored and that whoever had lived there would easily have generated the envy and resentment amongst their subjects that would have lead to a revolution.
The Amber Room was as magnificent as it had been made out to be. The walls and ceiling were completely covered in the stone and pictures had bas relief frames on the walls around them. The room also contained a sign saying 'No Photograph in the Amber Room'. I took a photo of the Amber Room from the ...
The company wanted a building similar to the skyscraper that was then being constructed for them in New York. However, St. Petersburg's strict building codes dictated that no building could be higher than 23.5 meters at the cornice. Despite these limitations, the architect Pavel Syuzor managed to create a supremely elegant building that captured the spirit of the age, and featured a number ...
... which is a palace and gardens, we didn’t do the palace, but did the gardens, so many fountains and just amazing. They had joke fountains which the kids are told you have to find a special stone to stand on and then the water will come, it’s not true there is a man sitting there with a button, but so funny to watch. Again fantastic weather so the kids were all getting wet in their clothes. There was another lane where if you were late to dinner with ...
... departed and I just couldn't resist trying it out, so stepped on myself after discarding my hoodie and handing off my camera and bag. Donning just my not so water proof jacket, I stepped forward, wondering just how long it would be before the water hit. Didn't have to wait long, as it only took a second or two for me to jump out of further water action. Definitely fun and would've been extra refreshing on a hot summer day. Our walk would take us to the water's edge - The Gulf of ...