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... striking buildings. The Peter and Paul Fortress is also the center of a number of St. Petersburg urban traditions, among them the daily firing of the cannon from the Naryshkin Bastion at noon and the "walruses" who use the beach in front of the fortress to sunbathe and swim in ice-holes in the winter. In the summer, the beach is a popular picnic site and is also used to host a variety of events, festivals and concerts, including the respected Petrojazz annual ...
... the feel of the city and visiting another beautiful church building: St Isaac's Cathedral.
Russia has been a new and exciting place to visit though throughout the trip we have been aware of the differences in culture between Europe and Russia. Here, people are not desperate to take your money or sell you things, if ...
... 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 ...
Our helpful driver soon returned to drive us back across the river where we eventually found the correct boat mooring station. By this time we were starting to think our driver was worth his weight in gold.
When we arrived at the dock we thought our driver’s job was done however he had other ideas. He unloaded all our bags from his van and proceeded to carry the two heaviest suitcases through the office, ...
... The palace is set in parklands looking very like an overdone Versailles but lacking in the French taste for manicured gardens and lawns. The grounds also had an amazing array of fountains which are opulent to say the least with Roman gods depicted holding great golden balls. There was even a grand cascading, checkerboard waterfall in one area of the garden. All in all there are over a hundred fountains in the grounds.
We were told diplomatically during WW2 ...