Taleon Imperial Hotel
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... The palace is of immense size. You could easily loose your way around. We were shown many typical palace riches. Furniture, paintings, well crafted statues (usually of a Greek theme). Marble is also a dominant feature in some of the accessible construction in the building. Some of the interior timber is crafted from Russian Birch.
... flowing yet but that enables you to see the many gold statues and figurines. We are split into two groups and once inside the palace we don overshoes that are worn to protect the stunning parquet floors throughout the building. The rooms are equally as impressive as The Hermitage, highly decorated in many differing styles. There is no separate art collection but the walls are adorned with many portraits of Catherine the ...
... had dinner with the boys, and played kings (a drinking game) for a few hours before they all went out. I was the lame one and went to bed because I was feeling sick. I remember lui coming in at 5am though!
Day 2 in Russia started early with buffet breakfast (yum!), before Lui and I went out on the Summer Palace tour. HO-LY **** AH-MAY-ZING. Seriously! Every room was spectacular! I really can't even begin to explain it! There will be photos for those who haven't seen ...
... quiet night.
5/8/2013 Day 2 - Mandrogui
This is an island where there are original houses and many other tourist attractions and
we had a BBQ lunch. We went to check out the local scenery and to make a few
purchases. There are Russian Language classes as well as dancing classes on
offer on board the ship with musical
entertainment each evening.
6/8/2013 Day 3 – Kizhi
Once again off we went to see ...
... the church. Frescoes were not separated from each other. All together they told stories of Bible, I thought. I had no knowledge about Bible or any religious understanding, so visiting the church was like appreciating the paintings and architectures. Compared to other religious people, I was like amateur.
Getting out of the church, I went to a souvenir fair. They even sold fur clothing in June! Honestly, SPB is still "cold" in ...