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November 5, 2013
One last flight on our European tour! We had a long, boring day of flying and sitting in airports. We had a quick dinner at our hotel and went straight to sleep. We have another long travel day ahead of us tomorrow.
... for tapas. Imagine a room about 4m wide and 10m long fitting nearly 40 people for dinner. The chairs and tables made those in preschool seem like they are fit for giants. Remarks about the room being something for hobbits are made and tall men like Craig and John find it extremely difficult to sit as their knees are well above the tables and are knocking into other tables and other people's knees. The general consensus is that at least it has ...
... locals, and they enjoyed it much. Surprisingly there were not so many tourists there! Perhaps it was one of those "the ones who know, they know"-parties that the swedish comedy duo Filip & Fredrik talks about.
Together with John we went to eat paella at a super awesome local restaurant, where all the staff were 70+ aņo. So properly dressed and well mannered. Great paella too!
St.Petersburg is the city of museums, yet we have been to ...
... been spoiled by tapas - I'm sure the first drink I have in an American bar will be a great experience, but I'll miss not having olives with it (first world problems, I know).
Speaking of alcohol, the wine here is excellent. There is a particular kind, rioja, that is made in the northern part of Spain, if I'm remembering correctly. My favorite is sangria, which is a wine-based drink made with ...
... at 5:10. At 5:20 she said we would wait 5 more minutes than the missing guy. I called him and he was close so I walked to him and we walked back to the professor. We quickly saw the senate room which looks just like the senate rooms in the US. Then we met up with the tour guide who was describing paintings in one of the hallways.
The building has 2 parts: a more modern one and an older one. Both are gorgeous. One of the rooms ...
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