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... a land entrance for buses! The place was packed, and looking at the way some of the people were dressed) i.e. not jeans and T-shirt) it is something of a big deal. It must be the place that St Petersburgians go on a beautiful warm summers day. We passed another big fountain, and came across a group of mini soldiers who allowed John to be photographed with them. As we thanked them and tried to tell them we were from Australia they told us they were from a military ...
... ride back to Helsinki. It's nice to have a private bathroom and shower! The ferry had another entertainment show and this time we were more impressed with the dancing and music. It was geared more for young people than the Saturday night show, which had a lot of middle aged and older Russians. In the morning, we leisurely got up and ate breakfast on board while everyone else rushed off and waited in lines at customs. We learn pretty quick. You get ...
Well, Jane finally got to see the Hermitage, and I got to do the tour! Over 3 million works of art are here. I was most impressed y the Rembrandt paintings and the exhibit called the Gold Room. Pieces dated back to before the 4th century BC. I loved the jewels from the 18th century. No wonder the aristocracy of Russia were targets of a revolution! Unbelievably jewels! The group dinner at the hotel was fun. Lots of entertainment - ballet, string quartet, and two opera ...
... Putin's version looks more like a huge palace! surrounded by high fences for miles! its officially owned by the state but was built for and by Putin. mmmmm, looks more like a dictators palace. kind of scary!! he is from St. Petersburg. Then on to Peterhof. Built in early 1700's by Peter the Great. and then added on to by his daughter, Elizabeth. Amazing views over the gulf of Finland, about 20 miles outside of St. P. Palace was OVER THE TOP! The use of gold ...
... maintaining something they did not own. And you didn't just live in a flat. If you were very lucky, you (and your family ) got a whole room of the flat. Sometimes only half a room was yours. The rest of the rooms housed other families, sharing one bathroom and one kitchen. Since the fall of communism, people are once again owning their own flats, but often the price of renovating is beyond the means ...