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... 17:00 return to the ship.
Just a footnote: On our return to the ship on day one we had no problem getting through Russian passport control. The lines were short and they had many stations available.
The real problem was with the cruise line and their one gangway back into the ship. Our wait in line was probably less but it felt like at least 45 minutes before we got inside. And that after ...
- ST PETERSBURG
We took the overnight train from Vladimir to St Petersburg for a 4 night stay, not part of the Trans Siberian route, but a comfortable trip all the same. Suddenly we noticed that the arrival time was wrong on the itinerary, as according to the tickets we were getting in a couple of hours later than we originally thought. Not a problem you would think, but we had a full day planned into a day that already did not have enough hours in it, as we ...
After arriving from Moscow on Saturday on the sapsan (fast train) we had to, once again, negotiate taxi fares to our hotel, which is in the centre of town, close to the Pushkin Drama Theatre and Ploshchad Ostrovkogo (beautiful gardens with one of the many statues of Catherine the Great). After an early night on Sa***************ed out on foot on Sunday to discover St Petersburg.
On Monday morning we joined a walking ...
... after the war, becoming Petrodvorets, the name under which the surrounding town is still known. The palace and park are once again known as Peterhof.
St. Petersburg's most famous building, the Winter Palace not only physically dominates Palace Square and the south embankment of the Neva River, but also plays a central political, symbolic, and cultural role in the three-century history of the city.
The first Imperial residence on the site of the Winter ...
... whole time I was gone, or the KGB was going to grab me off the street for a one way ride to Siberia. Natasha on the other hand was just to stupid to notice I was gone. Probably more successful finding Bullwinkle. So the church was shot, and all the junk was bought by the happy campers on the bus. Off to the boat. Now Vladimir had to find the boat, and park the bus. It would be easier for me to travel to Moscow to knock on ...