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The amazing wealth of the Czars shows through every palace and we saw most of them. We saw where Rasputin was murdered by several means, poisoned, shot and drowned. This city was called Leningrad in WWII and withstood 3 years of siege. We saw some of the marks left over from artillery during the war. A very beautiful city including the Peterof a small Versailles in the country ...
... in the off season, most of the museums seem to close on Mondays and the last Monday or Tuesday of the month.
We met up with half of our group at 7, the rest were headed out the ballet and Opera, and Olga took us to this fantastic Georgian restaurant where we had a most excellent feed, replete with cold beers for the gents and green lemonade for the ladies. Another hard earned thirst quenched after a hard day pounding the beat.
Today it has turned cold. We went out for the tour of the small town of Uglich which dates back to the 10th Century. We have noticed that a number of churches are called the "something" of the spilled blood. Apparently it is common to build a church on the spot where someone was murdered. This town is no exception. The church is Demetri of the Spilled Blood. Demetri was a 7 year old boy, related to Ivan the Terrible and he was murdered on this spot in the 17th ...
... Russia offers tourists under the conditions of pre-booking a bus tour and accommodation before arrival. The ferry line St Peters Line has a cruise option where you can pay for a return ticket, with a cabin to sleep in both ways, that drops you in St Petersburg for 72 hours and they have a "tour bus" waiting on arrival that takes you from the ferry terminal to central St Petersburg. This seemed like the easiest way to access a country that is normally very difficult and ...
The traffic in St Petersburg was terrible this morning. The driving in Russia is crazy. They don't have lane marking except on major streets and they pretty much just drive wherever anyway. The parking is no better. Cars are literally parked on the walkways and even right on the corner with their front 2 wheels parked on the road. No idea how some of them would even get their car out of their spot at the end of the day because they ...