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... wing I didn't see.
I have a 2 day ticket so I might venture back for an hour or two tomorrow.
Outside, it was warm and sunny so I had a saunter back to the hostel past the Church of Saint Saviour of Spilled Blood and stopped off for something to eat on the way.
Surprisingly, I'm not all museum'd out.
And I definitely know my Picasso's from my Van Gogh's.
Think I'll sleep tonight, I'll be holding onto my ears ...
... that we would be at a dead run morning until night once we got there and sure enough, we were. Darlene had so much on the agenda, that a dead run wasn't quite enough.
With so much to offer, we had to pick and choose which sights were part of the agenda of pro travelers. So following, are the places and events, mostly decided by pro places and events chief, Darlene.
Our hotel was a bit out of ...
... extensive but it was interesting to get to one point near the cruise wharf where the roadway diverted from an aerial abrupt end to the motorway. This will be completed when more funds are available. With St Petersburg growing rapidly as a cruise destination it is hoped that the major ring road will help transport cruise passengers to the sites more efficiently.
We planned evening activities so once our tour returned to the ship early afternoon we relaxed on board. ...
... as Carmel went to the Orchestra, and we all got excited for our trip to Tallinn the next day!
It is a normal thing to just jump on the ferry and head over to Tallinn, Estonia, for the day! So that is exactly what we did! We arrived around midday, and made a bee-line for the 'Old Town', which is conveniently situated right near the ferry terminal! The cobble streets twisted and turned upwards, and the shops and people looked more and more medieval as we went! There was a ...
... he sits there surreptitiously pushing a button that activates the real soakers. One lady leading a Finnish group, boldly strolled to the middle of the stone rug without incident. Waving her leader's flag, she beckoned for one of her older charges to join her for a photo. He unsuspectingly agrees, joins her and smiles for a photo. Quick as a wink, she darts away and that's when it happens. SPRAY!!! and SOAK!!! He was very good natured about it though, laughing it off.