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... We stopped at St Isaacs Cathedral which had the most amazing giant marble pillars on the outside (we didn't get the chance to go inside) and looked over the palace that Emperor Nicholas I had made for his wife and daughters. After stopping there for about 5 minutes, we headed to The Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood which is a classic Russian cathedral with the intricate domes, lots of gold and mosaics. It was the same Russian spire that we had seen yesterday on our short walk. ...
The Hermitage Museum took a few hours to visit and even then we only had a 'quick' look. We wandered the streets for the remainder of the day before attending the ballet Swan Lake in the evening. Then it was time for dinner at 11.30pm so we had pasta at Jamie Oliver's restaurant, very ...
... 2km from the station to our hostel. The weather was of course bad, grey, gloomy, and often times rainy. We found the hostel, no English spoken here but we managed. After settling in we found a Russian cafeteria style restaurant (very common). We picked a few items and had a very nice meal. Antisocial Jamie took the night off, I went looking for a couchsurfing event. I was unable to find the English practice event. After about an hour with no ...
... that they won’t bother us anymore. I was surprised but anyway, what they told was true. They stopped bothering us and while bothering another guy the security became fed up with them and threw them out.
The rest of the night was very pleasant. Time passes and after many dancing hours and drinking beer with vodka it slowly became time to go back to the hotel. This time we took a real taxi. When we arrived to the main street I paid the taxi and stepped ...
... Da Vinci and his amazing inventions which looked really good and an exhibition of miniature art work, tiny insects put into poses with various miniature crafted objects such as playing a violin, or all dressed up in tiny insect suits!!!! But not surprisingly all these side shows were not included in my entrance price and would have cost a fortune to get round them all individually.
From the fortress I headed back over the river to the Hermitage ...