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... The photographer, never one to miss an opportunity, inevitably snaps that magic moment for you to view in the photo shop and, if you like, it is yours for only €19.95!! As passengers who booked the Fantasica package (don’t ask. It is far too complicated for me to understand!!) we are entitled to not one but two free photos from this celebratory evening.
Our dining neighbours strolled in today at 7:15. Now they’re taking the ****!! We learned ...
... area which strongly resisted enforced change. The wealth has not returned but religion has and Stalin is remembered for visiting kizhi then ordering the closure of the churches and the murder of the priest. We saw the farmhouses, large log structures which would hold several families together and learnt about how the people lived and worked. Implements from old days of farming were still in the houses, ploughs from the 14th century, fishing boats, ...
... raised it from the dock.
Within minutes the ship was casting off.
They watched the ship manoeuvre out of its mooring space, in amongst 4 other equally large cruise ships marvelling at how quickly and smoothly it backed it, turned around and sped off into the sunset.
A show, dinner and bed followed there after.
Another day, another dollar, no, no, another day, another country!
... running theme to the start of our trip! So after the standard hour or so walking about in the rain with our rucksacks, we found the metro line, and were on our way to the Soul Kitchen Hostel.
We couldn't recommend this hostel enough! It's in a great location, with friendly staff, really great rooms and the best equipped hostel kitchen I've ever seen. Our room had a fireplace and big windows overlooking the canal, the comfy lounge was always playing old ...
... in the gilded walls. For those who don’t know about Amber, it is tree sap or resin, petrified over millions of years and it sometimes has insects preserved inside, frozen in time. It’s really beautiful with all of its inclusions and imperfections making it glow different shades of orange. The room, which is filled with that burning orange glow of Amber, blending with the delicate gold trimmings makes for a spectacular sight. Outside, were formal French Parterre gardens ...