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This morning we met up with our tour guide and private driver for a day full of sightseeing. We headed first on a city tour, mainly zipping through the streets but occasionally stopping for photo opportunities. The big problem we have is that there is no parking in St Petersburg other than on the street so opportunities to stop were few and far …
Faberge museum yesterday, unreal and riding in a taxi, Mercedes... Rocking to ACDC ... And I had my nose an inch from a Renoir .... Breath taking.
... probably very beautiful in the summer but pretty bare in winter) as the sun set behind us. After dinner we had a mad dash across the city to get to the theatre in time to see the St Petersburg Ballet preform Swan Lake. The ballet was good, but I was a little bit disappointed by the theatre, I imagined an old, impressive 18th / 19th century theatre but instead we were in a very modern building that lacked fine detail. It made the whole thing seem a ...
... served anti-religious propaganda purposes. A couple of years ago regular services were resumed in the cathedral, though it still shares the premises with the museum, from whose name the word "atheism" has now been omitted.
Rivaling the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow as the world's finest collection of Russian art, the State Russian Museum has an illustrious history that began when the fiercely nationalist Tsar Alexander III became the first Russian ruler to make ...
... to see.
Anyway – you’re not allowed to take any photos at all in the interior of the Palace but I bought a pack of postcards and took a picture of some of them so they can be included in my blog.
After the tour of the interior we came out into the gardens – these are just outstanding – so well kept, so lush and green and just acres and acres of them (250 acres I think). Konstantin then took us around some of ...