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... things if you wanted to. I mean, you can literally get as close as you want, and take pictures and videos while you're walking around... So so good! In the hostel I was staying at, I was lucky enough to be staying in the same room as my, now, good friend, Alex. He was, effectively, my tour guide, guardian and Russian teacher for the duration of my stay here, and we visited all the major cathedrals in the city, and even managed to be part ...
... and vases. (The original stone decorations were replaced with lighter metal substitutes 1892-1902.) The palace is 22m high, and local planning regulations have prevented any building in the city center rising higher than this ever since.
Within the Winter Palace, continual improvements and revisions were made to the interiors throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. In the 1780s and ...
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Once arriving at the terminal after 13 hours of flight , grabbing our bags, and some quick hugs from our Aunt, we rushed outside to catch our cab. As the taxi started to roll I found myself leaning forward anticipating our arrival, as we drove down streets strung with blooming green leaves and dazzling ...
... used to try and contain the fire caused the metal to fracture, and what we see is the result. We weren't told how long the artisan had worked to produce it, but it's pretty sad, no matter how one looks at it. There is park land, a double helicopter landing pad for Putin and other government officials, the cathedrals, and the Armoury. Armoury is a misnomer, as it is really a museum of treasures dating back to the 17th Century. Unfortunately, ...
... Belgian business friend and two new Russian friends later; Neil and I decided it was time to leave.
Across the road from the bar we were in was a conveniently situated kebab restaurant. I told Neil I would have what he was having and went to the loo to lean against the wall for a moment or two. I think he was slightly offended when I barely showed any interest in the kebab and tried to sleep on the table
He insisted that the kebab was good and I ...