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... test was made much easier if the inspector received a bribe. But not to worry, we were assured, our bus driver was really a good driver, and didn’t need to resort to bribery to get his license.
When we drove past some police officers, another guide joked that most cops have huge stomachs. That’s because if motorists are stopped for a violation, it’s much easier to pay off the officer than to face an official penalty.
... in window boxes and in the middle of the boulevards. Our first photo stop was at the the Church of Savior of Spilled Blood, the famous and amazing building built on the site where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated in 1881. At the end of the tour we visited the Peter and Paul Fortress and the beautiful Russian Orthodox cathedral, which has been beautifully restored. It ...
... telling question! All in all, the Russian 3rd graders reminded us our kids. Girls were shy and reserved and the boys were rambunctious. Tonight was the captains dinner. We had a great 4 course meal of beef tenderloin. We set sail at. 5pm and will arrive at the next port of Svirstroy at 10am tomorrow. As I write this we are cruising on the Ladoga which is the largest lake in Europe. More ...
... the restaurant so we do but it is the same two ladies who don't really understand English and can't tell I want a future reservation and tell me to come that night at 6:30 to get one. We go into the store before that to see if there is a place there to make a reservation because I thought I saw a booth but it was the photo booth and the tour booth and no one was in the tour booth. Was another belt there but it was ...
... that in order to the bury the last Tsar and his family they had to use pneumatic drills to break through the concrete that the Bolsheviks had poured into the Crypt to stop them being buried there!).
We were lucky to get ticket to see the ballet on Saturday night at the Mikhailovsky Theatre. (During our walk in the morning we had found an amazing little cafe/store that had recently been reopened after being closed for many years it was a turn of the century ...