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... I'll definitely be back. There is so much more to see and do.
Then it was all aboard the Sapsan at 13.30 for my 4hr journey back to Moscow.
When I arrived, it was even warmer than when I left !!!
I didn't arrive until 18.00 so I had something to eat and walked down to the Kremlin.
There must be some sort of event happening as they were starting to erect temporary stands.
... have included hundreds more pictures here - aren't you glad we didn't?
This brings an end to our visit to St. Petersburg. A truly magnificent city that is more like the West than like Mother Russia (much to the dismay of Moscow.) From here, we journey to see Moscow for ourselves. We still have time left on our visas so might as well get our money's worth.
And one final note, when you visit Russia, nothing is permitted.
... Service desk and he was lucky that in the queue of about 20 people one of them was a cardiac nurse who commenced CPR immediately and the ships medical staff then swung into action. The end result was that he had a stent put in on Hawaii and then once he was home had bypass surgery. But they couldn’t praise Princess or its medical staff enough and said that since then they usually cruise with Princess.
Dinner was a seafood entrée, ...
... also called Puskin to Catherine's Summer Palace. I was hoping it was in a different direction but have to travel back through SBP with all the traffic. It is a 45 minute or so ride south. We were supposed to have a hydrofoil ride to one of these places but they are not yet available this season. This appears to be an area that many nobles had summer houses. They are mostly wooden and brightly painted. We have to wait outside the ornate iron and gold gate ...
... 90% of Jews born today. Needless to say, we thank G-d everyday that our grandparents made the choices they did, enduring the hardships of displacement, poverty and “otherness” so that we could avoid what was the next chapter of Russian Jewish history – genocide and the obliteration of Judaism.
We will be spending the next few days exploring the life of the Russian Jews in the pre-Soviet period and what Jewish renewal means ...