Park Inn Pulkovskaya
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* Information about Michelangelo's Restaurant can be found at: http://thehermitagehotel.ru/en/restaura nt/michelangelo/
** Spherification is the culinary process of shaping a liquid into spheres which visually and texturally resemble roe. I still have no idea how my mushroom sphere managed to smoke as well.
... wandering back to the hostel. I couldn't help stopping off at Kazan Cathedral again. I went inside and this time took some photos. I didn't want to use a flash so I did some 10-14 second exposures resting the camera on the floor propped up with my Lonely Planet guide. Another use for the book! The two statues outside the cathedral are of generals Kuznetsov and De Tolle, leaders of the Russian army that defeated Napoleon. I couldn't help but snap a photo ...
... feeling generated by the ghosts of past ancestors, but a satisfaction in having visited this place, explored a few of the streets, seen some of the places of importance and the treasures of their rulers and learned more of the history of that era that established our noble position and took it away. Dinner on our own tonight which was a lot faster, then off to a show with a Beatles cover band who were very good. Clocks back tonight by one hour as we head back west toward Tallinn in ...
... the Victory Column, the Church on Spilled Blood, and stopped at several other places. At one stop, at St. Isaac’s Square, in addition to seeing St. Isaac’s cathedral, we saw the statue of Nicholas I that apparently meets an untimely end during a tank chase through the city in the James Bond film Golden Eye. At another stop we were able to walk out onto the
Neva River, the river that divides the city and which freezes enough in the winter that ...
... asked me why I was going to Russia, where I was going and how long I was staying etc. - all asked with a very dour face. We all eventually got through that process and drove on in the bus to the next check point which was a Russian one (a km or so further on). Once again we had to bail out of the bus and take our passports. On this occasion we lined up and had to pass through one by one before the Russian Guards. This time we had a big tough female ...