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... Madonna and Child, stunning works in the Majolica Room such as the one in the photo below titled The Nativity by Giavanni della Robbia. His majolica wall plaque depicts the tiny body of the Christ Child, the flowers growing beside the manger, the Virgin's concentration, Joseph's pose, deep in thought, and the gesture of the shepherd who seems to fall back from the blinding light emanating from the dancing angels., the Armorial Hall and the ...
... from the previous day's trip to Peter the Great's grandiose summer house Peterhof-and think about packing for the Trans-Siberian later in the day. I leave with the sensation that I have had many times on the trip so far: that there is so much more to see. One of the first things I will do when I've used the current crop of train tickets is slow ...
... croissant instead, while Nate managed most of his pancakes with the help of some apricot jam. Off the train at 8, it was time to figure out public transportation here! We thought we'd take a bus since it would've been direct, but we weren't sure how much it cost or how you paid. We stood at the crowded bus stop and after seeing people fill up a bus ultimately decided this is not something we should do with bags. So we went into the metro and there's English down there!! ...
... classical conditioning by observing a dogs response to food expectation. Unlike the drooling response to the actual presentation of food, which is an unconditioned reflex, drooling in expectation of food is a conditioned reflex (as in learning that a boat intercom buzzer usually means mealtime for instance). Classical conditioning is often used to treat phobias, anxiety and panic disorders and has nothing to do with age. I mentioned our quickly-learned, conditioned ...
We are completing this entry late due to the very full day.
We had another early start to beat the crowds to Catherine Palace and Park in Pushkin Town, 50 minutes out of St Petersburg. This was the summer palace of Catherine the Great, just one more modest little summer shack (not!).
This was an enormous blue and white palace set in beautiful park land. The interior is an unbelievable collection of rooms decorated in the baroque style ...