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This is a much delayed blog entry, our apologies! We wrote the St Petersburg blog using the iPad whilst it was offline, then updated the blog online before reloading the iPad ... and lost all of the blog entry that we had done! Here is a quick canter through what we got up to in St Petersburg and the last part of our trip through Northern Europe, Scandinavia and Russia.
The train journey from Moscow took ...
... of the language still exist today after so many years.
One last photo was about my backpacking look before leaving for Moscow. I liked the feeling of travelling between different cities, always have a new destination to explore. The stay in SPB couldn't be good without my host family as well as the people I met. The next entry would be exclusively about my warm host family and my first experience on couchsurfing....
After two days in St Petersburg, Russia we leave with mixed impressions of the city. Our first day was spent busing to various parts of the city through drab coloured streets with equally drab coloured buildings. You could say depressing in a way because of the greyness and austere appearance of the numerous apartment buildings. It is difficult to recognise palaces from the outside view other than their yellow paint work which signifies a ...
... The priest and several people were waiting at the entrance to the church with flowers. I guide briefly left us and found out that the Patriarch from Jerusalem who had been to an island in the Gulf of Finland to bless a church, had unexpectedly decided to pay a visit … until he arrived, no one was allowed inside the church.
We decided to wander around the Fortress, had a very nice chocolate ice-cream and then we saw a queue at ...
... until after the fall of the Soviet Union. They could not find all the remains for some time, with those of 2 children missing. Rumors began that maybe the children (one of them being Anastasia Romanov, this rumor may be familiar to you) had survived. Alas, just recently, they found the remains of the two remaining children. They are to be entombed in the Peter and Paul fortress within the year.
Next we went to the Hermitage, which ...