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From Russia with love - what a beautiful city! We've been in St Petersburg now since Wednesday morning and have loved every minute of it. We've caught shuttle buses, navigated our way on the metro (which makes London's underground look a filthy mess), struggled with taxi drivers who don't speak a word of English, cruised the canals by boat and walked for miles. A few things we've noticed along the way: 1. People are friendly and the vast majority of women are beautiful, ...
... Selo. Wonderful golden ornamental work adorned many of the rooms each of which had a special character. The one hour being shepherded from room to room in our group keeping just behind the group ahead and in front of the one behind went amazingly quickly. We then went out into the Versailles like gardens before boarding the coach for the trip back to St Petersburg and a Russian lunch at the Sentosa Restaurant with a ...
... and living in Gothenburg, Sweden. Definetly tall, snow-blond guy with shining teeth. The awesome point I have highlighted for myself in him - he likes playing games and he holds the word given.
You know, some things just happen and you can **********trol them nor ban. This may be called Fatality. And people are just like shooes. When you are standing in a ...
... Picasso, 3 rooms of Matisse among others. Lots of antiques there aswell, so Ben was in his element! That evening we got an overnight bus to Riga. The bus itself was very fancy altogether. Lovely plush seats, free hot drinks, we were delighted! Only issue was it was freezing and we were right by the door, so every time we stopped they opened the doors for like 10 mins, so we were frozen! Had a great laugh exiting Russia too, they ...
... 12 years. Artists of the time created a special mosaic method in order to complete so many in such a short time. They painted the design on paper in mirror image and placed the pieces- tessarae-face down. Then plaster was applied to the back and they were attached to the walls. The paper was then removed. The joints were filled in by hand with spare pieces. The result was a simple mosaic, meant to be viewed from afar with limited color scheme. However, the mosaics on the icon ...
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