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... a little kitten, or whatever it was, on a piece of wall. There were a bunch of people trying to throw coins up there and get them to land on the little platform. Most of them were kids, though. I threw a good old 50-Ýre up there, and it only took me one try to get it to land up there. Yay! But I forgot to make a wish, so I guess I'll need to make my dreams come true all by ...
... 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 ...
... We spent a couple of hours here. We were given NO time in the gift shops. And we had to repeat the nightmare of retrieving our coats. Back in the van to head to the Russian orthodox St Isaacs cathedral. The gold dome can be seen from all over the city. It is not used too often. The soviets here discouraged religion. Gold, paintings, carvings, icons are just everywhere you look. Inside the domes are progressively smaller domes with paintings. There are no pews or ...
From Russia with love - what a beautiful city! We've been in St Petersburg now since Wednesday morning and have loved every minute of it. We've caught shuttle buses, navigated our way on the metro (which makes London's underground look a filthy mess), struggled with taxi drivers who don't speak a word of English, cruised the canals by boat and walked for miles. A few things we've noticed along the way: 1. People are friendly and the vast majority of women are beautiful, ...
... Winter Palace & the Hermitage Museum, Sir Isaac's & Kazan Cathedrals, Decembrist Square & Peter the Great Monument, the Rostral Columns, & the Church of the Spilled Blood.
During our free time, we walk to the St. Petersburg Summer Gardens, & walk much of Nevsky Prospekt, which is the main street of central St. Petersburg.
In contrast to yesterday, we saw the glamour of St. Petersburg today, ...