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... planned all the gardens based on his trips to Germany & Copenhagen. just lovely - from there we went to Catherine's palace and the highlight of that palace was the Amber room, although we were not allowed to take pics - room is worth billions - the walls are covered in various shades of Amber gem stones- just incredible- great hall had an enormous mural on the ceiling and gold everywhere else - they made us ...
... to put on some seriously trendy shoe covers to protect the wooden flooring. Why didn't they do that in The Hermitage ?
The first impressive sight is the Grand Hall which has an elaborately painted ceiling, a beautiful inlaid parquet floor and numerous gilded carvings covering the walls.The State Dining Room is also magnificent. Another smaller dining room looks as if it decorated in green Wedgewood. Many of the rooms have ...
... 8217;s recommendation that had breakfast foods, although I went for the sweets as usual. I had a chocolate éclair, chocolate mousse cake, and a strawberry tart. We explored and walked around looking at a few antique shops, souvenir shops and fur stores. I was looking for some sable but there weren’t a lot of options for men. The other day, I found a black fox hat I really liked. It will be really warm for skiing. So, I didn’t need to get anything more but it’s always ...
... originally in the very early 18th century without nails. Quite an engineering feat. In addition there is a farmhouse, brought to this site from its original site nearby, and it demonstrates how people managed to live and survive the harsh winters. (18 family members occupied this particular house which was apparently quite large at around 2000 sq.ft) The barn is attached, so the animals can be tended in winter without going outside, but strangely, the sauna, ...
... still show signs of damage from the WW2 German bombardment.
From St Isaac's we headed north towards the Neva where Elena showed me "The Bronze Horseman", a statue of Peter the Great erected by Catherine the Great. The statue shows Peter mounted on a stallion, using a bear skin as a saddle and trampling a snake symbolising his enemies. The statue itself is mounted on a massive single piece of stone that was transported to the site from up the Baltic ...