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... evening service in one of them. St. Isaacs, Kazan, and the Church Upon Spilled Blood, all as magnificent as each other, but equally as individual. Alex and I then went for some Sushi, which is surprisingly popular in Russia, and for a few shots of Russian vodka. Now, I cannot stress how much stronger the vodka is in Russia, compared to the 'vodka squash' we get in England. A couple of these bad boys and I was rocking! We eventually ...
... avery grand St Michael's Anglican Church. It was too early to be open but I peered through the glass doors. If I had known the day before I would have tried a meal in the cafe attached to the church. Having arrived at the train station in good time I found the right track and waited. Just my luck a very noisy and excitable group of middle aged Italians were also waiting. They were going to share my carriage. With some left over nausea from the night before I found ...
... the Americans get sent there- where we saw plenty of methods of torture on very real looking wax figures. We then found our way to the Museum of Russian Vodka where we saw the beginnings of vodka. We also taste tested three different Russian vodkas which we accompanied by Russian appetizers which we were not fond of. We then walked 500 miles (this is a slight exaggeration) to get to the airport from the bus ...
... We spent a couple of hours here. We were given NO time in the gift shops. And we had to repeat the nightmare of retrieving our coats. Back in the van to head to the Russian orthodox St Isaacs cathedral. The gold dome can be seen from all over the city. It is not used too often. The soviets here discouraged religion. Gold, paintings, carvings, icons are just everywhere you look. Inside the domes are progressively smaller domes with paintings. There are no pews or ...
Luke finally saved the day by asking the girls behind us if they could speak English which they did!!! They promised to tell us when our stop was there. They saved us big time. We rode the train for 30 minutes through heaps of different stops and would have had no idea where or when to get off. The bus was equally exciting as we knew the correct number but couldn't ask for the right place so just had to gamble and get off when everyone else did. Holy moly ...