Club Hotel Agni
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... entered and I said to Julia that it seemed a long way. She said we had walked about four miles on our tour. I believe her.
Next we went to the Chapel of St. Catherine where the royals are buried. There is a separate room where the royal victims of the revolution are interred. They ...
The first port we docked
in after leaving South Hampton was St. Petersburg. To be allowed into Russia,
we either needed a visa (which costs roughly $250 U.S.) or had to be on a
Semester at Sea sponsored trip. As I was in the game of saving money and was on
a time crunch, I choose to do school sponsored trips. These consisted of a
“City Orientation via the Neva Canal”, a walking tour of the Market and the
Metro, and a trip to ...
... Central Mosque and Buddhist Datsan.
The Cathedral of SS Peter and Paul is the oldest church in St. Petersburg, and also the second-tallest building in the city (after the television tower). It is intimately linked to both the history of the city and to the Romanov dynasty, as it is home to the graves of nearly all the rulers of Russia since Peter the Great.
Work began on the first, wooden church to be erected on the site just one month after St. ...
... revolted over such opulence.
On to the gardens. The gardens consisted of 270 hectares of ponds, buildings, fountains, flowers and many more gold statues. The palace was built on a hill, from there the grand steps took your to a canal that led to the Gulf of Finland. Fountains, and stairs cascaded down as part of a huge water feature. All of the fountains were supplied by water from the pond and only gravity was used. This Palace was ...
... Donna's most wanted stop, "the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood". WOW! What a church. It was fabulous. After that more blur plus a metro ride. Then a couple of churches, and the cruiser Aurora. We then drove to the office to pay for our tours, and back to the ship. Our day was over, but it was fabulous. All the way back to the ship we kept calculating rubles to dollars to keep upping their tip. Somewhere we settled ...