Courtyard St Petersburg Vasilievsky
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... and palace. The whole place just oozes extravagance and decadence, but is very visually impressive nevertheless. We could see why the peasants revolted all those years ago!
The grounds are full of fountains, which were just amazing, especially the "Grand Cascade". Gold everywhere. It was also fun to watch the kids in the trick fountains that are scattered through the gardens. ...
I phoned work this morning & was interested to ask Christina how she found St Petersburg, & to my surprise she said she was not fussed on it. I can only assume that she did not go to the same places as me. I imagine when you are on a cruise they limit things. There are only two other possibilities, that she is right or the $3000 alcohol she built up ...
... tour of St. Petersburg until 1.30pm, so we had the morning to pass on the ship, but it’s a pity the wind seemed to be spoiling what would have been lovely weather.
After a light lunch we assembled in the Neptune Lounge and got our tickets for the tour bus that would take us into the centre of the town to commence our 2½ hour walking tour. On ...
... of the boat was just getting going and our party (and most of the Elva people) were happily staying on board. We excused ourselves from Phillip, who had disembarked with us, and with his help (and payment!) grabbed a taxi home - zooming at uncomfortably high speeds through the deserted streets.
Still didn't sleep well, because by now it was light and Gray wasn't well, but by this time all we could think of was that far, dark, mythical hotel room in Helsinki...
... Isaac cathedral which is richly decorated and then take a taxi to another place we want to visit. The place is closed so we walk to the army museum. It's painful crossing the streets here and the pollution (smell and noise) is tiring. The army museum is also closed and we give up. We head back to the hotel and discover a sushi place tucked away in an apartment block. A lot of shops are hidden and only the sign on the street indicate any commercial activity. The kids try sushi ...