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... needed energy. It was 210R ($4.50). I also got some juice cartons from a supermarket for 49R each ($1).
It has been a very long first day of exploring with no serious issues, managed to get ...
... Palace, the official residence of the Tsar family. We must have spent 5 hours here. It is debatable as to whether the main reason to go is for the contents of the museum or the interior of the building itself which is a true gem, beautifully decorated.
Exhausted, overwhelmed we left in silence reflecting what we had seen and walked to look at the outside of the Erloesecathedral, yes again, as every time I saw it I feared it was my last chance. I said to Michi let’s go in ...
... the summer palace of Catherine the Great. More gold, more statues, more intricate parquet floors…and a tea party. The opulence of this place and Peterhof, the size and cost of building and maintaining these palaces, and extravagance of the lives of these royals and rich people, make it pretty easy to see why the Russian revolution occurred. Surely it was at least partly a matter of the less fortunate people of Russia finally shouting ‘enough is ...
Today was our first day in St Petersburg. We’re spending 2 whirlwind days here, trying to see as much as we can.
We started the day at the Peterhof Palace. This is a little ways out from St Petersburg. It is a large palace with gardens and many fountains. The palace was started by Peter the Great and greatly expanded by his daughter Elizabeth. The palace was very crowded with literally ...