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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Continental Breakfast
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... continuing modern day presence of the " Madonnas of Leningrad" , ladies who sit in the various galleries protecting their contents. There was a book written( of the same name) about them during the invasion of (the then called) Leningrad by the Germans in WW II and how these ladies protected the precious works of art and saved them from being destroyed. It is a worthy read if you are at all interested in history.
I certainly am not an ...
... other interesting photo is of the ceiling/dome depicting Jesus as a teen. (See photo.)
We stopped for lunch at a pie place, Stolle Pies (or Perogis). We did care for them too much, though Julia praised them. You can see us not enjoying them in the accompanying photo.
We finished off ...
... connoisseur, with the enthusiasm of a high school cheerleader. After the hermitage, we went to yusopov palace, church of our savior of the spilled blood ( someone got killed underneath the church), st Isaacs cathedral and Peter & Paul's fortress & cathedral, which is the burial place of many Russian emperors and their family's. It was a full day. Very interesting & exhausting ...
... go in. There were lots of people going inside so we thought we should join them. Inside were priests all dressed up in their green elaborate garments singing as they appeared to be leading a painting carried by police to a van outside. People were singing along and some crying, others asking for blessing from the priests as the procession filed out the door and got into the numerous vans there and then drive off. Not sure what it was all about and couldn't find anything on ...
... t know that kind of technology existed at that time so my mind was thoroughly blown. I don’t think even Marie Antoinette had something both so extravagant and innovative for the era. I can’t believe I had never heard of the Peacock Clock before. Another notable thing I saw was a gigantic urn made of solid green marble that took up most of the room it was in. It was standing on a green marble base about 3 feet high and then the urn probably brought it up to 12 feet high. ...