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... We were forewarned by the good folks on the interweb that the architecture is in serious competition with the art, and I agree with that assessment - there are surprises wherever one looks.
We purchased our tickets on line which allowed us to jump the queue. We started early and stayed at it until nearly closing time. From ancient (3-4 century B.C.) Siberian artifacts ...
... to confess to napping and missing her commentary on the sites as we drove) to get to Peterhof Palace (a summer palace, and UNESCO World Heritage Site. No photographs allowed in the palace (and lots and lots of stern women to enforce it!), but magnificent gardens where we could take photos - pity the rain was tipping down and it was 13˚. My shoes were already squelching. We had a quick look around, took a ...
... St Petersburg region and all I can say is that I would not want to go in there without being able to read Russian and have some knowledge of Russian history. Very very little information is in english. I knew enough Russian to work out what I was looking at and where they came from. Having an archaeology background helped to ID artefacts too. The displays were fascinating and covered the entire human history of the area, from the earliest pagan tribes to ...
... 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 ...
... for the lack of toilets. After waking across the River Neva we ventured into the grounds of the Peter and Paul Fortress. A walk along the walls offered a great view across the waters to central St Petersburg. On the way back it started to rain and Ivan and Vlad got saturated! Now Ivan and Vlad are about to venture forth to discover the Friday night atmosphere in St Eyecandyburg!! God bless the optic nerve...and as I write this, Ivan says he is sick of looking...god help St ...