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... saw a number of other rooms and exhibits in this huge complex, many not by choice but because we got lost in this rabbit warren of a building, magnificent though it is. Prior to our visit to the Hermitage we did a long circular walk across the Neva River to the Peter and Paul Fortress on the eastern side and back past the university on the western side. We returned to our hotel weary but very satisfied. St petersburg is a city we would love to ...
... congregations, from the ornate charms of Petrine Baroque to the pomp and magnificence of Russian Revival, St. Petersburg's churches are extraordinarily varied and often spectacularly beautiful. And it is not just Russian Orthodox churches that decorate the Northern Capital, St. Petersburg's foreign communities have added a number of equally fascinating places of worship to the city, including a number of major churches in the heart of the city, and the St. Petersburg's ...
... there is no chance I will even put this thing on. I noticed it was a common theme going around on the bus. I'm guessing at this point Boris has to be running the boat. Well, the river cruise was great as we pass palaces, churches, ships, and old buildings. Upon returning, disappointment was high that Natasha wasn't lost at sea. However, she decided to give us 20 minutes of free time to run over to the Church On The ...
... were written by Rafferty and enforced by the Keystone Cops. They also obviously have laws about mobile phone use while driving. It is compulsory. Later Kath and Peter O'Brien, Glen Smith and Lesley Fraser, Paula and Ellie Fordyce and I went to a Russian Restaurant recommended by Olga, one of our guides who was very charming and who can speak four languages. The meal was Russian and very ...
... and be processed one by one, no looking happy we must look miserable.
Whilst we are in side our buses is inspected, luckily they did not decide to go through all the bags and we had no dogs put on board either.
Finally we are told to get back on the bus and head to the next checkpoint, here we have another guard enter to check every ones passport has been stamped and then we are free to enter Russia. I am sure that ...