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... the ballet. Ariel is going to the ballet tomorrow. He bought a ticket to see an act from a few different ballets. You just buy a ticket and then when the doors are opened, you run for the best seat you can get. He invited me. One of the acts is from swan lake so I declined. Plus running to get a seat doesn't seem like a smart idea with my knee. Tomorrow I'm going to see some of the metro stations in St. Petersburg. They are supposed to be really pretty. I didn't do it in Moscow bc ...
... sights throughout the city so we all filed down the line to find our bus and almost all of these were nice, new looking motor coaches and then there was our bus. It was obviously older and a little run down but the inside was clean and comfortable so we figured we would be in good shape. Fast forward to the middle of rush hour when at a stop light our bus driver has trouble getting the bus into gear. Bree and I had managed to be the cool kids at the ...
... is a tradition.
We spent a good part of the afternoon at Peterhof – Russian’s version of Versaille. There were amazing gardens and hundreds of fountains, which were gravity pressured… no pumps. We saw a small marching band go by us as we were gazing at the many gilded statues.
The subways of St.Petersburg are decorated with marble statues, chandeliers to make them look like palaces for the average person. We took the subway to see 3 of ...
... train was of rubbish dumps, untidy and cluttered back yards and poorly maintained buildings. Our arrival in Moscow was greeted by grey skies and intermittent light showers. We made a visit to Red Square and then got caught in a peak hour traffic jam that ensured we got to our hotel , the Radisson Belyroshia, only just in time for a 9pm ...
... touch a special religious relic. Very nice to see it being so used as a cathedral. We then strolled down to check out the world’s oldest department store which turned out to be quite touristy and boring. Still it was good fun walking around and exploring the city.
For dinner we went out with the group to a Ukrainian restaurant that was quite interesting. We started with a shot of homemade vodka - Luke and I were very boring and got cranberry ...