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... we were not told the title of,
but we were allowed inside. We were told to cover our head upon entering.
Inside held many different altars with candles before them you could light to
honor the saints pictured. After the church we visited the market which had
mostly fruit and chocolates for sale. I did try a particularly good peach, but
of course fruit isn’t allowed on the ship so buying more than one would have
... and Oranienbaum. Dotted with sparkling fountains, the Lower Park and Upper Gardens flow effortlessly into the shady and romantic glades of Alexandria, forming a unique fusion of regular and landscape parks. The Peterhof Museum Complex is rightfully regarded as the "capital of fountains." Included in the state register of most valuable cultural objects of the Russian Federation, Peterhof now bears the proud title of one of the "Seven Wonders of Russia." Although photography is ...
... murals made with semiprecious stones. These subways are the very deep. The one we saw was the deepest in Russia. The only way into it was escalators. The first was so long you could not see the bottom from the top. There was only one piece of trash that I saw and almost no graffiti. The people coming and going were well dressed. Elena said they now have access to fashion, but most comes from china. Susan hates escalators so she choose to stay on the bus.Next ...
This is a great city, particularly the Church of the Savour on Blood which is exactly what you'd expect a Russia building to look like. I buy up all my train tickets here just in case they can't read or speak English further on in Russia. It takes two of the rail assistants about 45 minutes to work out my train itinerary and as I speak no Russian I think I'm ...
... enough to me that how come a world famous museum can be so quite. In Beijing, it is always crowded and noisy near the Forbidden City. And, only 400 RU for the ticket. What a deal!
Since I didn't pay for the camera fee, no photos were taken but only one when I stood in the steps. My experience in the museum was about walking, seeing, resting. It seemed the same for every museum visit, but this one was different. I barely stoped ...