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... which consisted of several pavilions, monuments and bridges in a variety of styles.
There were a number of lakes surrounded by plantations of trees and grass with a few sculptures here and there.There were very few flowers.
They visited the garden palace which overlooks the lake and a number of choristers sung to them, their voices echoing within the tall walls and soaring ceilings.
They then visited a ...
... time, that visitors were afraid to walk on it for fear of falling.
Our next stop was a restaurant, where waiters in colorful Cossack uniforms served vodka and Champagne, followed by the traditional borscht beet soup.
Since my doctor's recommended that my heart would benefit from not being inundated by alcohol, I reluctantly passed my glasses over to Alan.
And Joyce, who hasn't been imbibing for ...
Packed up our gear, but luckily we were able to leave our big bags at the B & B for the day. Headed out with our back packs to go on the boat cruise that we didn't go on last night. Being a Saturday, there were people everywhere. Had to wait a while for the boat, but plenty of space, so we sat on the top. We didn't really know what to expect when it said "English Guide". We soon found out. We and a few others were given wireless ...
Apple or strawberry toilet paper? A decision I never envisioned making in my life. Deciding that both the scents and colors were a bit extreme, we settled for camomile. 1st toilet paper purchase was a success. Now to find the pillow store, since we arrive to only one pillow and two beds. But that we saved for another day. Today we ( grandpa, sister and I ) went to the center ( downtown) and spent ...
... ground. When it was first erected, St Petersburger's thought it would fall over without support so for days after, the architect would walk around and around the base to show them it was safe. Two hundred years later and it's still standing!
A lot of people think that The Hermitage is just one building. But it is actually several buildings built along the embankment of the Neva River. The oldest is not the most well known (or the biggest) building ...