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... the ambition of "no mistakes".
Beer-tasting at Baltika
Baltika, the largest brewing company in Russia, also opened their doors to let 32 curious and thirsty students learn more about brewing beer. It seemed however, those doors rather stayed closed according to our speaker's motivation. She did not seem to be very passionate about our visit, which made it challenging to keep listening to her presentation.
The brewery seemed like dead to me. We ...
... back under the Blagoveshenskiy and Dvortsoviy bridges. This afforded us great views of the Hermitage, Winter Palace, Admiralty and Bronze Horseman.
Our group reservation at the Hermitage was not until 10:10 so we made a quick photo stop outside St. Isaac’s Cathedral. Jonas, one of our tour members, bought a Russian Army hat with all sorts of pins on it for $10. Next thing you know 5 of us had purchased similar hats and it was crazy photo time. What ...
This is a much delayed blog entry, our apologies! We wrote the St Petersburg blog using the iPad whilst it was offline, then updated the blog online before reloading the iPad ... and lost all of the blog entry that we had done! Here is a quick canter through what we got up to in St Petersburg and the last part of our trip through Northern Europe, Scandinavia and Russia.
The train journey from Moscow took ...
... anything we have at home! Who wants to go to church in a plain little building, when you could go to one where it is 100% covered in mosaic?! Breathtaking!
The came to an end, and so did our time in Russia. It was back to the ferry before long; this time we had rooms for 2! Way less claustrophobic!! Lui decided she didn't need the seasickness tablets, and seemed to manage ok. We had planned on having a massive night and getting super drunk, but, due to the fact that it was ...
... few famous buildings including the Grand Europe Hotel, the Church of the Spilled Blood and The Hermitage which is located on the Palace Square, to name a few places. Like a fair number of cities, once you know the layout, it's pretty easy to find where you need to go. We split up after the tour, some of us hitting up the Hermitage (for me, this shall perhaps happen on a future visit) while the rest grabbed Russian pie for lunch at a local ...