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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
... we decide to head back in the direction of the hostel stopping at a noodle & sushi bar (the same chain as in Moscow). Now time for some washing (a weeks washing already) in the hostel (if we can fathom the Russian machine!!), hot chocolate lifted from the Royal College of Physicians (knew they would come in handy!!) and an early night ready for our 21 HOUR ! sleeper train ride from St Peterburg to Kazan tomorrow. Best stock up on picnic supplies.
... about to explore. We chanced upon a parade - we think it was a motorbike parade but it also had brass brands which was an interesting combo! The next day we stumbled upon an ice cream festival - Liam was super excited, far to much ice cream was eaten and later that night we also chanced upon some Russian Opera! We found out all the these things were happening because of 'white nights' - a celebration of summer coming, and the disappearing of ...
... goes a bit better thankfully. But you know it's cold when either your glasses steam up just by going down into the metro, blinding you temporarily, or you can't feel your Crown Jewels anymore. I've experience one already, the other cant be too far behind. I get out at at Nevsky Prospekt and take a walk to my hotel in the snow and this is where I start appreciating St Pete; snow lined boulevards, stately buildings, waterways frozen over and just a stones throw ...
... of instructions. The second
picture was obviously much better than the first because he cracked a bit of a
smile at Sean in thanks. We have discovered that Russians seem to think that
even if you can only say ‘ne ponimayu’(I
don’t understand) they will continue to repeat themselves (we think) or get
louder and louder until you make it blatantly obvious that you do not have a
clue as to what they are saying. A ...
... were incredible – inlaid with wood, tile, glass and semi-precious
stone. There were beautifully carved
wood chairs and table legs. Photos were
not allowed and there were photo Nazis all around just waiting to pounce. I did sneak a couple of photos from the hip
to give you some idea. It is a place
that defies description. If I had photos
of the interior they would not come close to seeing it in person. The palace was not lived in ...