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... Palace and all the other four buildings that make up the
Hermitage, including the incredible Winter Palace. Our local guide, Ludmilla, took us around and she told us all up by the time the tour ended we would have walked 4 kms! It was all truly stunning and something I have dreamed of seeing for years. Took loads of photos. We also saw through the various wings of paintings, grouped into the countries they came from - ...
... I thought to be lucky to find a hidden one, the always observing officer stopped me quickly again from that power robbery! After buying a few sweets in the kiosk, at least I managed to bribe the kiosk lady with a few rubbles, she understood my pointing language without a problem.
Eventually time is over, the train is here to enter. My dismantled bike, packed in a bag, must be brought to the right wagon number as stated in the ticket. Nobody helps, the station ...
... his walk up apartment (the same
one he has lived in for 52 years) to hear his story. Alexandr grew up in
Odessa, a city that he says was over 50% Jewish, to religious parents. He
remembers his father secretly having minyanim in his apartment after Stalin
shut down the synagogues and gave them to the communist party in the 1920's.
As an 18-year-old, Alexandr joined the Soviet Army and learned to clear
minefields. After six months fighting the Nazis he ...
... a rather unflattering tag line for what is actually an attractive city and one far more appealing than Vladivostok. Khabarovsk lies on the banks of the Amur River which in this part of the world, marks the border between Russia and China. All’s peaceful now, but this was the site of a border war between the two countries in the late ’60’s, mostly fought over an island which we can see in the middle of the solidly frozen ...
... at the door and then were seated to a 4 course meal including soups, appetizers and cabbage/meat rolls. We then walked through the Summer Palace's gardens, stopping to braid leaves into really cool leaf hats before returning to our hotel.
Today (Monday) we discussed Lenin and communism, and watched a film on the October Revolution. Class in the afternoon was followed by complimentary (thank you prof Coyle for knowing the owner of the ...