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So yesterday was our last day in SPb. We visited the hermitage museum which was incredible - so vast and the palace rooms are so opulent. Amazing how much art was hoarded there and kept away from the eyes of the people until the late 19th century when it was made public - every painter you can think of is there! We also visited what was in our view one of the most incredible places on earth! Cathedral of The Saviour on Spilled Blood which is a huge cathedral built by the son of ...
... Apparently our China Eastern Airlines flight was cancelled and we were all being amalgamated onto one Shanghai Airlines flight. This was not the first time our flight was cancelled and from our experience during this trip, and what we have read on travel forums, it would appear that China Eastern flights on these European routes can be cancelled with very little notice due to lack of passengers.
The amalgamation of flights didn't really concern us but it must ...
... weather though).
However, I got a good view of the Kremlin from the boat.
Tonight, I had a walk down Ulitsa Arbat (a pedestrianised street supposed to be full of shops).
Bit of a disappointment too !
Anyway, the excitement is building.
Tomorrow, I begin my Trans Siberian Railway Journey.
My train leaves at 13.50 from Yarovslavsky station.
Just leaves me the morning to have a final look around.
I'm just about Museum'd out ...
... the capsule is made of plastic and every time I moved, the capsule seemed to creek really loudly (or it might have been me being over sensitive about the other 'capsulites' in my room - 6 of them.
And in the middle of the night, there was a mosquito in the capsule.
I woke up to quite a few bites !
Anyway, i was still ready for a day in Moscow.
It was my intention to spend all day in the Kremlin but it was really nice weather so I headed for Red ...
... can't tell from the photo but she is an identical twin for Cathy Freeman. We walked around the Red Square and the Kremlin before breakfast - Red Square sits inside the famous Kremlin wall (all 4k of it) and the extraordinary St Basil's cathedral which was built by Ivan the Terrible in the 16th Century!
Irina managed to explain the whole history of the Kremlin and ...