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... us passed the train station, as if to remind me that the next time I took a train it would be the Southeastern shuttle service to Petts Wood that evening, as opposed to an intercity sleeper train to Ulaan Baatar or Ekaterinburg. At the airport we had plenty of time before our flight to browse the designer handbags and luxury watches but decided to spend the last of our roubles on a meal at TGI Fridays. Then all there was left to do was board flight BA879 to London Heathrow.
... innovations. It was the first building in St. Petersburg to use a metal frame, which made possible the huge windows on the ground floor. Another first for St. Petersburg was the glass-roofed atrium, and the building was equipped with the latest lifts, heating and air-conditioning and an automatic system for clearing snow from the roof.
To create the illusion of greater height, Syuzor crowned ...
Our second 10-hour tour in St. Petersburg included Peterhof and The Hermitage Museum.
Peterhof is the lavish summer home of the Tsars.
The Hermitage is home to one of the world's greatest art collections, the building itself is a masterpiece. The State Hermitage is a ...
... and clean the streets are. Our self guided tour, along with Pat and Syd, mainly consisted of walking exercise and people watching. We spent a bit of time browsing a "normal" shopping centre, but again, couldn't find anything of particular interest to stuff in our suitcases. There is no doubt that some very fashionable clothes are sold and worn here, but the prices are high, probably comparable to London or New York. We did ...
... each other back at the hostel later. Reckon I stayed at least three hours longer than them, and I still hadn't seen everything!
Later that night, back at the hostel, I saw Annie again and said goodbye. I then switched to the bottom bunk where she had been so I could claim the floor space under the bed too :)
Just as I was going to bed, a new bloke arrived at took my former bunk.
The next morning I wandered into the communal kitchen/dining area ...