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... They are operated solely by gravity. Words cannot explain the beauty here so I will let some pics show you. It is hard to imagine such luxury. These two palaces were actually summer homes! It was a very long day with the tour lasting 10 hours. Off to bed early. We are in Tallin, Estonia tomorrow. Love you all!
... or even for saving all your data and sweetest memories in your head.
- Gladioluses in a vase. I doubt that, I'd put forget-me-not tinies or my fave yellow roses :)
- Two friends. Cool, but complicated though. Friends are like cups in your cupboard of life. Once you have them - you use them all to drink from, changing drinks and adding mashmellows sometimes, but when they are gone, when you brake them ...
... 8211; the "exit" sign. Staggering out and back to the hotel, we dropped by a wine store and managed to get a recommendation for a Russian Fanagoria Cab Sav (not a bad wine at all either – who knew Russians could cork a good red?) to celebrate Angela ticking off the Hermitage off the bucket list. With the spirits up and wobbly again we headed out for dinner at an Italian restaurant ...
... very interesting for the people who had to move seats. At the time I thought Foggy was doing it on purpose but it was just the roads. I was pleasantly surprised by the Russian countryside as there were lots of nice little houses and it was very green with lots of trees. There were parts that were a bit depressing that had the Socialist grey, drab apartments that were a bit derelict (we were told that Russians refer to what we think of as the Communist time ...
... to the rest of europe and having a more cosmopolitan feel.
Decided on having one stop along the way which was Kazan Cathedral. No photos allowed but got a few in anyways. Have gotten pretty good at picking out the people who are there to tell people off for taking photos. Besides, a wedding was taking place and the two guys (one in particular) were distracted. Before leaving found that a russian orthodox wedding involves 3 priests, the best man and maid of honor holding ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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