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... to the priceless art collections in the Hermitage with the prior destruction of three passages leading between the two buildings. Nicholas ordered that reconstruction of the palace be completed within one year, a monumental effort considering the construction technologies of the day. The lavish interiors were recreated under the supervision of Vasily Stasov, while his fellow architect Alexander Briullov added ...
... Night Neva Cruise. There were three musicians/singers singing and playing traditional songs, and a glass of bubbly while we cruised down the river, past sights we had seen during the day. They also served crackers and smoked salmon, and crackers and smoked salmon roe. It was a very pleasant way to round the day off, so we were pleased we had gone. It was still light when we got back to the ship at 10.30, although interestingly, many cars had their headlights ...
... go up at night during summer. We pass the Admiralty- the riad used to be a canal where ships came to be restored. Over the entrance is the symbol of St. Petersburg- the river and sea anchors. We walk to the "Bronze Horseman", named after 1824 Pushkin poem. It has only three points of support- the horses two legs and tail. It took two years to move the pedestal of red granite. It's in the shape of a wave- symbolic of the ships Peter the Great ...
Today was Paul and Pat's ruby wedding anniversary and day 2 in St Petersburg. I felt quite bad that we had breakfast in the cafe rather than in the restaurant but everyone seemed happy enough about it. We were able to have a bit of a lie in too which was really nice, as our excursion was not until that afternoon. I did sleep better and Dean’s rhinitis was a bit better so the change of pillows must have helped. I only had a light breakfast as we were to be ...
... could see the Baltic Sea from the palace.
We also stopped at the State Museum for Russian Political History. It was pretty interesting. The main theme was "Stalin was bad," but you could tell it was still somewhat biased over the rest of the topics. Interesting to see, though.
St. Petersburg was so neat; three days was not enough! It's definitely in my top 5 cities in the world (so far!). I already want to go back.