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... a very nice rooibos and strawberry tea whilst Wendy had a pistachio and cherry slice, which looked like a chocolate eclair filled with snot but I'm assure tasted delightful.
Back at the hotel, we collected our bags and checked out. They ordered a taxi for us but unlike the mini-bus that dropped us off this one didn't try to negotiate the hotel's courtyard and instead just waited on Nevsky Prospekt. The journey to the airport took around 45 minutes and somewhat ...
... destroying churches all over Russia. During the siege of Leningrad (the name of St. Petersburg during World War II) the church was used as a storage site for corpses. After the war, it was used as a warehouse for vegetables and got the nickname of Savior on Potatoes.
In 1970, management of Spilled Blood was ...
... and don't expect to be spoken to). Overall a very good day :) The next day, Monday, we visited a mall about 30 minutes on a city bus that is located on the outskirts of the city and is comprised of many American stores. Of course we got Sbarro for lunch, being a better choice than McDonalds and KFC, as well as settling our craving for pizza. It was only over a dollar for a slice of margarita pizza! Awesome! Please enjoy the pictures and videos ...
... s most precious historical sights. Fountains are all controlled by gravity utilising water from lakes uphill thru underground pipes to the palace.
We first toured the interior of the palace. The main staircase leads to a suite of decorated staterooms. The initial room was decorated in gold along the walls and ceiling providing an opulent setting. As we passed through the remaining rooms we marvelled at the painting, architecture and beauty. At the conclusion of the ...
... not a tacky "elvis painting", but a tasteful modern Igor masterpiece). Igor masterpiece in hand and a weekend of sight seeing behind us, I descended back down into middle earth to lose 50% of my happiness and head back to the hotel. The week ahead promises to hold lots of Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, a birthday visit by Babson's Provost who is co-chairing a conference here, a mixer with local students, and a big whopping philosophy paper due at the end of the week. Cant wait!