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... rucksack on your back and whilst trying to figure out the cyrillic signs! The first few days in St Petersburg were a bit of a culture shock. We could communicate very little with anyone and most people that we did talk to didn't smile at all and either their tone of voice sounded like they were irritated with us or they were blatantly barking something in Russian at us! To begin with I just couldn't understand them at all because they seemed so cold ...
... lurk there. It is like the city is a staging a huge fraud! In reality it is probably taking a long time to turn into a progressive, modern city, and of course, starting at the front is most advantageous. It has been an eye opener to spend a little bit longer here and find out what really lies behind those gorgeous street fronts.
Nostalgia and reflection over, we walked across the bridge to the Peter and Paul Fortress, designed ...
... Russia with American music playing in the background ...this really is Superpower stuff. The portions were massive but everything was fresh. There is a cracking good glass and porcelain museum at the imperial pottery. Quite breathtaking and a feast for the eyes. If we were going home on Monday we would have treated ourselves to a pair of beautiful coffee cups and saucers. As we head off to Moscow on Monday we resisted temptation!Perhaps one of the ...
Why are mullets still popular in Russia? What is the deal with covering everything in dill? And why is everyone rollerblading? Just some of the questions that we have asked each other since arriving in St. Petersburg. Tom almost didn't make it through passport control, but that's not surprising as in his passport photo he looks like a scouse gang member. Everything here is MASSIVE! See attached photos..... Today we did some culture at the hermitage, which ...
... world. I had an apple pirozhki, a Berber couscous salad and 'farmer cheese' blinis that were to die for. Randy also enjoyed his roasted vegetable salad and very tasty baked samosas. After a quick stop to get more water - we were parched from the day - we walked back to the hotel and took much needed showers! Tomorrow we plan to sightsee a bit and then head back to the ship for the trip back to Finland. Until ...