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... as this is the time that the fountains are switched on. You stand on the terrace outside the palace, looking down the main cascade at the head of a canal which runs down into the Baltic sea. At 11:00 sharp a man comes out and turns on the fountains to the accompaniment of rousing classical music. All the fountains you can see (and there are many of them) suddenly burst into life - it was a wonderful sight and an occasion not to be missed. We then walked around ...
... landscaped parks in the world. This is a load of ****. It is basically a field with some trees and a small pond. I think "Mars" refers to the ice cream stands at the various entrances. Like most of the other parks in STD you are not allowed on the grass. The pond is fenced off so you can't get within 10 feet. There are no flowers or plants of any kind, except grass and trees. Very poor. Moscow next - can't ...
... why every available square inch of ground was planted with vegetables to try and provide food for the city.
Next stop was lunch – salad and salmon caviar followed by a chicken stroganoff with rice and a berry flan for dessert – washed down with a shot of vodka and a glass of champagne! We walked from the restaurant to the Church of the Spilled Blood – another amazing interior but have to say by this time we were both feeling a ...
... the tromp l'oeil but the marquetry floors that you casually stroll across are works of art in their own right. Doors, likewise, that are patterned with a great many woods and you can't see the joins. Every notable famous artist is well represented. The Russians are well organised and everything works. If there is one important thing that modern civilisation has brought us it is that a good set of togs is essential. From the Greeks and Romans who were, ...
Why are mullets still popular in Russia? What is the deal with covering everything in dill? And why is everyone rollerblading? Just some of the questions that we have asked each other since arriving in St. Petersburg. Tom almost didn't make it through passport control, but that's not surprising as in his passport photo he looks like a scouse gang member. Everything here is MASSIVE! See attached photos..... Today we did some culture at the hermitage, which ...