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... and Soviet leaders.
I inquired in one stall and they told me ...
... boat that enabled us to avoid a second hour plus long bus ride back to the ship. She must have said that it traveled at 60 kilometers per hour at least 8 times during the last half hour of the excursion. Somehow I found this funnier and funnier, perhaps because we were dehydrated and without food for about 8 hours - an eternity when on board a cruise ship. The Goodner family was alternately punchy and grumpy. Altogether a memorable afternoon.
... of us may be stripped searched or at least interrogated at some desk, under a gas lamp in a smoke filled room, with a fat Russian official called Boris, with his shirt open airing a hairy chest and gold chain, while Viktor, his giant offsider menaced us with a scowl and struck his baton into his open hand. But..... This didn't happen. We were met with smiles, friendliness and a degree of apathy to be honest. The three or four staff ...
... I was Nicholas and Alexandra and all four of the daughters (I opted out before they were brutally murdered) I was NOT Rasputin The only thing that spoilt the day was the return taxi 250 roubles going ( about £4.28) booked by hotel 2000 roubles to return by hailed taxi £34.27 that has broken our budget now. Oh well you live and ...
... on Spilled Blood was built on the site of the assassination in 1881 of Tsar Alexander II.
Next day were two wonderful palaces: Catherine’s Summer Palace, where the famous Amber Room is (photos not allowed), and Pavlovsk Palace (of Emperor Paul). What can one say but "Wow!" Several venues we visited didn’t allow photographing unless one bought a permit, so sometimes Erja bought ...