Lancaster Court Hotel
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... although I'm not usually a fan, followed by skinless chicken breasts, fresh tomato wedges and zucchini slices, and mashed potatoes. For dessert we had some Russian chocolates. What surprised me was that vodka wasn't served!
We returned to the ship around 8 PM. and dragged ourselves back to our cabin. Yet another 10K step day on the FitBit, and we've still got one more day in St. Petersburg...but what a great day this was.
... to check our compartment that we are not carrying anything illegal. They pulled the sheet on the bed and even lifted up the bed whilst Liz was still on it to look underneath. Was a little intimidating especially as they are dressed in the uniforms you see on movies. Then we sit for another 30min waiting for the train to start or something else to happen. Passports are back but we still wait. Been here an hour now. Fortunately we are in a compartment by ourselves. Off we go. The ...
Alex and I made our 7.30am flight out of Vilnius thanks to Evaldas, who picked us up from Vytaute's apartment. I also managed to get our suitcases down to under 20 kilos for this Air Baltic leg. The airline was fine, but it would not be my first choice to flly with again. I showed Alex the fraying on my seatbelt! Not a good look for any airline! Thanks to the Tripadviser Forum advice, we navigated our way through St Petersburg airport. One trick we didn't realise was ...
... Her parents got a priest to bless her and she was cured and had no memory of what had happened, apparently.
Anyway, back to Moscow. We visited the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, which is the tallest Christian Orthodox Cathedral in the world at 338 feet. The original 19th century cathedral (that took 40 years to build) was destroyed in 1931 by Stalin to make way for a Soviet Palace that was never built because funds dried up. The new cathedral was started in 1994 ...
... theatre, it wasn't like I was going to understand any of it (it's all in Russian). I was so confused by what to buy where, plus I didn't speak any Russian that in the end I decided to just take sneaky peeks at the theatres. Maybe one day when I'm not on my own, I will actually go and see a performance! My little legs were really tired today, all that walking around was taking its toll. So dinner and then an early night. For tomorrow there would be more ...