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... This had an amazing interior.
We learned that a lot of the palaces and churches we saw were not original as they were all restored or rebuilt after World War II (the Great Patriotic War in Russia) and the siege of St Petersburg (Leningrad) which lasted almost 900 days. During this time the Germans surrounded the city. Many of the residents starved to death or died of the cold in winter. They were rationed 125 grams of bread a day for food.
For our lunch ...
... to Picasso and a lot in between it was a sensory buzz! We took a few needed breaks along the way at the Hermitage cafe and had a thoroughly good day from start to finish.
On another sensory level, it is hot here. The mercury hit 40C and we have no AC in our room. Thankfully there is a fan.
I think the best thing is to let the photos do the communicating from here.
... died building St. Petersburg; between Peter's wars of expansion and building projects, Russia's population dropped significantly during his reign.
What can't be argued, however, is that Peter did realign the Russian mentality towards the West, though that alignment has been anything but elegant, filled with classic East/West cultural conflict and military drama.
The identity issue mentioned above started with a city ...
... he lives in a city that has culture by the bucketload.
He told us some great stories about the Soviet era - sailors, diplomats and ballet dancers, the privileged few who were allowed out of the USSR at the time, all smuggling contraband back into Russia. In the '80's, he went into a forest in the middle of nowhere for a record exchange fair with about 300 other fans, trying to buy Led Zeppelin or AC DC albums and ...
In our final day in St. Petersburg, we had a well-deserved sleep and then went to the Summer Place. Some of the students explored the palace, whereas others explored the grounds and the fountains. Several people even tried the waters of the Baltic Sea.
We then explored the city. Some explored the Peter and Paul Cathedral. Others went to jail (voluntarily) and some shopped. Ms. Pickard and ...