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... built in which look like Delft pottery.
One of the highlights of the tour is the fabulous Amber Room which is covered with around 6 tonnes of amber. Unfortunately the Nazis stole the original amber in World War II but it has been meticulously restored.
After the palace tour we spent a little time in the beautiful gardens where Catherine had an elaborate terraced summer house where she could walk alone.
After lunch, ...
... understanding of why the Revolution and overthrow occurred.
The city was founded by Peter the Great in 1703 and was the capital of Russia until when that title was transferred to Moscow in 1918.
The October Revolution started in the City and it also withstood the longest siege in modern history during the WWII.
The city name has changed many times .......Saint Petersburg, Petrograd, Leningrad and now back to Saint ...
... of the summer palace and the amazing works of art located within.
After exploring this massive collection, it was time for a quick bite to eat and a power nap on the bus. St. Petersburg was explored and we saw many of the beautiful sights the
city has to offer. This included ...
... realising I was hungry. By then it was 2:30 so once again I had missed lunch. Too busy sightseeing to worry about trivial things like eating. I stopped off at the Cafe Leningradsky for cheap but decidedly average Stroganov. After lunch I went to the last place my combined entry ticket was for: the trubetsky bastion prison. This prison held some of the most famous political prisoners in Russian history, including Lenin's brother (who was subsequently ...
... amp; were quickly told to be quiet in stern scary russian. As they're 4 bed cabins we only had three in ours, so we had a Russian guy called max in with us, who was off to work in Moscow for the day, he was a sports manager who was working towards the next Winter Olympics coming up. Nice guy! A few of us headed to the restaurant car for a few beers before bed. The train staff really aren't too keen on us at all. Am sure they'll warm to us. Moscow here we come! ...