Premiere Hotel On Soyuza Pechatnikov
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... Much of the palace was destroyed during WWII but most of the art etc was hidden in the Urol mountains and brought back. The building was reconstructed after the war. Amazing before and after pictures. We then came back into the city and went to the church of spilled blood. Looks a little like the church in Red Square in moscow. Amazing mosaics on the inside. then back to the ship! great 3 days in St. ...
... Bar. We got waylaid by a very unusual bar which had 2 bronze Sphinx like characters with chains around their necks out the front. Looked like our kind of place so we wandered in and were given some bunny ears to wear (It's Good Friday tomorrow so we went with it). The Ukrainian waitress practiced her English on us and and we stayed for a very expensive drink before toddling off for another loooonggg walk to the elusive Craft beer Bar.
... to Nicholas II. Unfortunately one of the most famous portraits of Peter the Great was on loan to another gallery.
Some rooms of the Winter Palace show what the palace was like under the Tsars, including the throne room. The throne is still there too. So much history in that room. You can almost imagine the Bolsheviks breaking into that room during the revolution.
By that time it was 2pm and time to meet the English tour group Elena had arranged for me to ...
... tour of the Gold Room or Treasury, a collection including Scythian gold 5000 years old and a selection of diplomatic gifts, jewelry and household treasures belonging to the imperial family.
By the time we left the Hermitage, the sun had come out-the first sun we have seen since Lithuania, nine days ago. It was actually warm walking along the Neva to 'The Bronze Horseman', the iconic statue of ...
... arch we saw briefly on the bus trip to Peterhof… and saw some of the most amazing Russian posing! We had noticed the phenomenon of the great Russian photo pose. Usually the men just stare stonily into the camera, and the girls do a whole model stylie pose usually with full pout, head tilt and leg tip. I did try and capture a Russian woman in full pose, but felt a bit like I was imposing on an intimate moment between the woman and her camera.
Anyway I attempted to ...