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St Petersburg is a relatively young city, by both Russian and European standards, and was only founded in 1703 by Tsar Peter the Great. Despite its short life so far, Petersburg has a rich and exciting history. From the early days of Peter the Great's "Venice of the North" to the modern events of the 1991 coup d'etat, the city has always bustled with life and intrigue, revolution and mystery.
One of St. Petersburg's most famous and popular visitor attractions, the ...
... t want to serve you, they won't. You kind of feel like you are being permitted to see certain parts of their culture and way of life, but that tourism is not really something that they embrace.
Our next trip to Norway and Iceland at the beginning of July will be our last trip before the bay arrives - but fear not, this baby will be an explorer with us!
Lots of love,
Emma and Tom
... I think this art form, though toned down considerably, is probably considered collectable by the local well heeled population. In the evening we went to the Moscow Circus. Again, the travel time is ridiculous, but everyone seems to take it in stride. There are lots of animal acts, which are really not my thing, but I have to admit that the tigers (about 7 of them, including 2 white tigers) and lions were enormous, and ...
... embankment and onto the boat moored adjacent to the wharf then through that boat and onto our boat which was moored alongside.
Our driver had certainly gone above and beyond the call of duty in making sure he delivered us safely to the boat. This man deserved a medal however as we didn’t have one handy - we rewarded him handsomely with euros instead. So, our first introduction to Russia and its people was a very positive one indeed. ...
... Sometimes called the “Venice of the North”, the city is filled with beautiful, ornate, and colorful buildings lining rivers and canals for miles. The tsars invited in the architects, palace builders and city planners from all over Europe to build a city from scratch. That city, never captured in World War I or WWII, and frozen in time during the Soviet period is preserved today as a shining example of European wealth and sophistication of the royalty ...