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... so out of Finland we went and into a special Russian custom control area that runs from the Russian border to St Petersburg along the train line. At Vyborg we were stamped into Russia and asked questions by a rather forceful customs lady. 45 minutes later we were in St Petersburg and out on a side street by the Finlyandsky train station, from where we walked half an hour to our hostel. After checking in we went in search of lunch. Matt had set his ...
... from the protestant churches of Western Europe - the influence of Dutch architecture is particularly visible - all of which was in accordance with Peter's wishes.
St. Isaac's Cathedral was originally the city's main church and the largest cathedral in Russia. It was built between 1818 and 1858, by the French-born architect Auguste Montferrand, to be one of the most impressive landmarks of the Russian Imperial capital. One hundred and eighty years later the ...
Daniel, Olga and Gramma Anna we arrived on an overcast, rainy and cold day – this was what we were greeted with in this city of islands and 5,000,000 inhabitants. We had contracted with SPB (short for St. Petersburg) Tours. It was a small Mercedes van capable of accommodating about 20 or so people.
As I said at the outset, it was quite chilly as we hit gangway to clear customs in the Russian port area. While we arrived just a little later ...
... didn't tell me. I walked to St Isaac's Cathedral and paid a local guide who offered his services for 500 roubles to show me around. He claimed to be a history teacher forced to retire because of an eyesight problem. He seemed to know Russian history, but his geopolitical stance was very anti-west. He referred to Obama as a monkey, claimed the West hated Russia , that the USA intends to destroy Russia, that the West ...
... Russia offers tourists under the conditions of pre-booking a bus tour and accommodation before arrival. The ferry line St Peters Line has a cruise option where you can pay for a return ticket, with a cabin to sleep in both ways, that drops you in St Petersburg for 72 hours and they have a "tour bus" waiting on arrival that takes you from the ferry terminal to central St Petersburg. This seemed like the easiest way to access a country that is normally very difficult and ...