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... where stuffed animals like bears and lots other creatures watched you while having dinner, no wonder, started to feel living the so well known ferry tail, except it was "Catherine" which seemed so far away!
Here I am now, planing to spend at least one day in this city.
Have to organise a new tyre, just in case to have a ...
... and Michael Jackson. Shamone. Down another street we even managed to find a statute of the invisible man although there was nothing to see there. In the main square we also saw the usual statue of Lenin, standing tall with one hand clutching his lapel and the other reaching out as he proclaimed something socialist. After tiring our feet we decided to partake in some liquid refreshment in a bar recommended by ...
... gunmen, the situation soon became chaotic as the princesses wouldn’t die. It was subsequently revealed that the princesses had the family jewels sewn into their corsets – 16 pounds in all – which acted as a bullet proof vest!!
When the smoke cleared, the bodies were stripped naked (that’s how the family jewels were discovered) piled on to a cart and taken to the forest just a few kilometres out of town. There they ...
... I can go to the dining car for dinner.
Got back to the train station and to my joy I saw a sign for a "doosh", which means shower in Russian. Either that or I was in for a very, very uncomfortable experience...
Thankfully it was the former. I paid 150 roubles and it was very, very basic but after 4 days, water has never felt so good on my body! I waited in the waiting room until the train arrived, wondering what my first long distance train ride would bring. I would soon find ...
... is in the top 100 cities for number of skyscrapers, apparently. We found the church of blood, on the site of the house where the Romanovs were killed. Ornate, icons all over, and portraits of the sainted Romanovs at one end. No pews, and the altar is hidden behind doors, so the whole thing seems smaller than you'd expect. There's an exhibition of the Romanovs and, um, some other things-without Russian we couldn't work out the significance of the few pictures of other dead people. ...