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... asked us to be quiet when we burst out into a fit of laughter in a restaurant. Different country, different customs.
I was happy to try some Russian food such as Dolma, Pelmeni, Khachapuri and the classic Beef Stroganoff. I also enjoyed the dinner with our class where we had the chance to taste various Russian specialties, which gave me a nice overview of the Russian food.
Another goal I set myself for this study trip was getting to know other classmates better. ...
... to ourselves. It seated four people so I had ample sleeping space. I planned this after reading: Presented with two intervals. Running time: 2 hours 55 minutes.
We took a cab and arrived in plenty of time. Try finding seats with everything in Russian. And, at the time, we didn't know we had a private door to our box seat area because the tickets were in Russian also. But all ended well and we settled in ...
So another early start but thanks to our early night we were both awake at 5am and waiting for our room service breakfast. Our guide had asked everyone to be cleared immigration and at the bus by about ten to seven so we could be one of the first buses on the road. And we were.
Our first stop today was Peterhof Palace which was about an hour's drive from the city. We had a great run there with no traffic hold ups – which I think is quite ...
... and then one more time left, right then crossed. 30 minutes later we came back with 1 heaping bag of food, milk, bread, and a bag of wheat-fish.
Almost as soon as we got back I crashed on the couch. As for the time change I fell
asleep almost immediately. That was always a natural thing and always will be. :) :) :)
... free time so we visited the area dedicated to Egypt and another area dedicated to Greece and lastly Rome. We saw paintings and sculptures by Da Vinci, Roden, the Dutch Masters and many, many more. The pictures can best tell the story. I believe we have spent about 8 hours in total and have maybe seen 20% of the exhibits. The opulence of the Czars is unbelievable! It is no wonder that the day of reckoning came in 1917. All Royalty was put ...