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... and our guide is Katia.
Tour itineraries in St. Petersburg are very fluid because of large events/rallies, museum closings, and crowds. Day 1 was spent in the city center visiting the main street, Nevsky Prospekt, Kazan Cathedral, Aleksandrinsky Drama Theater, The Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood, Russian Museum, and St. Isaac’s Cathedral.
While taking a stroll along Nevsky Prospekt you cannot fail to notice the impressive Cathedral of Our Lady ...
Daniel, Olga and Gramma Anna we arrived on an overcast, rainy and cold day – this was what we were greeted with in this city of islands and 5,000,000 inhabitants. We had contracted with SPB (short for St. Petersburg) Tours. It was a small Mercedes van capable of accommodating about 20 or so people.
As I said at the outset, it was quite chilly as we hit gangway to clear customs in the Russian port area. While we arrived just a little later ...
... grown, timber cottages and farmlets lots of little sheds and barns and most things in need of repair........though a lot had potential lol.
Then we hit the traditional Soviet highrises everwhere, still run down and over grown looking with new modern ones popping up among the old. All very bland.
We get into St Petersburg to our hotel, check in, very nice hotel. Then off for a walk before dinner..
The building in ...
... in addition to the cathedrals, etc. There isn''t too much to say about Red Square except that it is very red and fairly impressive as far as the buildings go. Some street performers were dressed as Lenin, Stalin and Trotsky, looking for photo ops with accompanying dollars. Our tour also included a visit to the cemetery where well known people are buried. Apparently not just anyone can choose to be buried at this spot. But the ...
... comparison between the train to Stockholm and the Allegro – as far as we were concerned, The Allegro was train heaven!
As we sped through the countryside we did have a few official visitors including the Customs and Immigration officials who stamped our passports and checked our Visas before entering Russia. Had we only known, there was also a money exchange officer who provides this service at your seat.