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... old Singer company headquarters used to be on this road, which is now a book store and a cafe. A bit pricy, but through the large art deco glass window you get a great view of one of the cathedrals, and Nik's hot chocolate was so thick he had to eat it with a spoon, which to me, says it was well worth it!
On our last day we headed out of town to the Peterhof Palace and Fountains. There's the traditional tourist route there- via a very expensive boat, or ...
... another busy day at work. The thing to remember is that most people here and elsewhere are honest, helpful and living a life that is respectful of others. We didn't realize the phone was gone until after we got off the bus and the not so helpful ones were long gone. Lord bless them with a better life.
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... Russian architecture. We went into St Isaac's cathedral's the 4th largest domed church in the world. Inside was beautiful. Outside not so much. The church is now a museum with church service only on special occasions. Mass was being celebrated while we were there in a very small section of the church. You knew it was going on because of the singing. We had lunch at a downtown restaurant which you would know it was a restaurant by ...
... for the lack of toilets. After waking across the River Neva we ventured into the grounds of the Peter and Paul Fortress. A walk along the walls offered a great view across the waters to central St Petersburg. On the way back it started to rain and Ivan and Vlad got saturated! Now Ivan and Vlad are about to venture forth to discover the Friday night atmosphere in St Eyecandyburg!! God bless the optic nerve...and as I write this, Ivan says he is sick of looking...god help St ...
Our last full day in this lovely city and we decided to jump on the metro again and visit The Alexander Nevskiy monastery. It is a sprawling monastery complex on the banks of the Neva, founded in 1710 by Peter the Great. It is still a monastery and working cathederal. Services were being held while we were there. We also followed a tour group through the graveyard here. The Tikhvin cemetery houses ...