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... palace must be classed as priceless.
I thought Chatsworth House was good but it's not a patch on this place.
The only down side were the staff wouldn't let me daudle (as I quite often do) and politely moved people along.
Consequently, the tour only lasts an hour.
It was definitely worth it though.
Back outside and a last stroll around the gardens before heading back to St Petersburg.
The latitude is the same ...
... They did and we were good to go to Russia – for a maximum of twenty days – with only one time in and out.
So at 08:00, 14 June, we climbed into seats 31 and 32 for a six-hour bus ride from Tallinn, Estonia to St. Petersburg, Russia. We were joined by 41 others on a 43 passenger coach. We heard no other English.
We heard horror stories of the border crossing from endless hours of ...
... The belfry is decorated with mosaic coats-of-arms of cities and regions of the Russian empire. The church is architecturally distinct from the subtle colours of the surrounding buildings.
Our impressions of our time in St Petersburg was of a city with distinct culture and a rich history. Even though we had chosen the cruise to mainly take us to Scandinavia we were glad to also have the opportunity to visit this beautiful part of ...
... had dinner with the boys, and played kings (a drinking game) for a few hours before they all went out. I was the lame one and went to bed because I was feeling sick. I remember lui coming in at 5am though!
Day 2 in Russia started early with buffet breakfast (yum!), before Lui and I went out on the Summer Palace tour. HO-LY **** AH-MAY-ZING. Seriously! Every room was spectacular! I really can't even begin to explain it! There will be photos for those who haven't seen ...
... not a tacky "elvis painting", but a tasteful modern Igor masterpiece). Igor masterpiece in hand and a weekend of sight seeing behind us, I descended back down into middle earth to lose 50% of my happiness and head back to the hotel. The week ahead promises to hold lots of Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, a birthday visit by Babson's Provost who is co-chairing a conference here, a mixer with local students, and a big whopping philosophy paper due at the end of the week. Cant wait!