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St Petersberg - I'm not sure what I expected to find when I got here, as you will realise I am no Historian, my knowledge of history of any country is vague to say the least and I'm not a big reader but I love to see things.
That for me is what traveling is about breathing the air, seeing the buildings, walking the streets, smelling the food and watching the people.
What we did expect was for it to be cold - you think Russia, you think cold, but ...
... we hit the road? Getting through the Russian border went smoothly and then we stopped for lunch (can't remember the name of the place) Lunch was an included one and rather unusual - curried chicken - I am sure that is not traditional. Our driver managed to find his way into St Petersburg using a new ring road still being completed. We drove straight to the Peter and Paul Fort to visit the very impressive ...
... I got lost a little bit, as Ruoyin told me once I got out of the metro I could see the Church immediately. In the bakery I met a Russian guy who friendly directed me the way. Until then did I realize that I came out of the wrong exit.
Neva Street is the central part of SPB. Despite of it, the national day seems too quite to me. The Griboedov Canal led to the Church. Along side of the Canal there were some western ...
... reprint of it for $40. A lot of the paintings were portraits of royalty. Peter the Great and Catherine the Great were the most numerous of course. After the museum I had a nice lunch at Carl's Jr. and then returned home for some rest. I didn't go out Saturday night. Partly because no one was doing anything and partly because of the events that happened last weekend I felt like I should take a weekend off ...
... now with white dress as a requirement but it doesn't count if they don't do the civil registry first which is the only way you are legal. Says divorce rate is about 60% and divorce is easy. Told us about one of the bridges where they do the marriage locks and we drove by it and the locks were on a four sided wire stand next to the bridge.
Finally we get to the Peter and Paul fortress but ...
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