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... th century is incredible. The most amazing part is that of the 66 fountains on the property there are only 2 that use pumps to move the water, everything else is gravity fed!
As we walked through the grounds our guide took us through an area that included a couple of “trick fountains” installed to play practical jokes on guests and visiting dignitaries coming to call on the Tsar. There was a fountain that was hidden along ...
... extensive but it was interesting to get to one point near the cruise wharf where the roadway diverted from an aerial abrupt end to the motorway. This will be completed when more funds are available. With St Petersburg growing rapidly as a cruise destination it is hoped that the major ring road will help transport cruise passengers to the sites more efficiently.
We planned evening activities so once our tour returned to the ship early afternoon we relaxed on board. ...
... structure was built on a swamp and still stands today because of the initial architects ingenuity of using wooden pegs underneath is pretty fascinating. After St. Issac's it was time to head back to our hotel via the subway. The subway. Imagine the deepest subway you have ever been in, and then multiply its depth by about 20 or 30 and that is how deep these subway stations are. To give you an idea, the escalator ride down takes over two minutes. Once you are ...
... way to get into the country, since they demand to see your hotel info upon arrival. But the very helpful woman at the counter gave us the Wifi password and suggested we surf the Net to reserve a hotel on the spot. Without too much trouble, we were able to do just that, feeling a little silly for imaging that our relatively low-priced cruise tickets also included two nights in St Pete. But after surviving that mini-crisis, we boarded without any ...
St. Petersburg represents architecture from many different European countries. Peter the Great had brought architects from all over Europe to help build the city. The different facades make this city so incredibly beautiful.
The Palace Square was laid out in the 1920 by an Italian architect, Carlo Rosi, who had developed a number of streets and squares in St. Petersburg.
Earlier in history the square was where Tsarist ...