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St. Petersburg, Russia
After the cruise we flew to England to spend time with Edna and her family plus visiting with Maxine and Peter and Mandy and Mike.
After a late night, this morning we had a leisurely breakfast and relaxed before heading out again after lunch.
Going through Russian immigration once more we joined our afternoon Panoramic St Petersburg bus excursion. The weather was still overcast but luckily we had no rain at our city stops. We drove past the extensive Winter Palace, Peter and Paul Fortress and stopped briefly at the Cruiser Aurora ...
... made our way to the ferry! It wasn't anything like the Manly ferry, or any others I've seen at home, it was huge! Like a cruise ship or something!
So, us four girls had a cabin together. It was a tiny room! Maybe 2m by 4m or something. With all our luggage, it was a bit of a squeeze!
Luisa knows she gets seasick, so she had bought tablets for it before we left, but decided to see how she felt once we were on the boat. We all decided Italian was a good option for ...
... middle earth, you find that the trains come every 2 or 3 minutes, but if you get caught in the doors while they are closing...well...lets just say you would become borsch. The experience of a Russian subway does not stop once you are inside however. Every single person around you basically has some iteration of scowl, frown, or grimace on their faces...as if the whole train had just come from a funeral. Happiness levels go down at least 50% while riding a Russian ...