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... a canal and enjoyed a 9 piece brass band busking on the footpath. Patchy sunlight by this stage.
On the bus and back to the Yuupov Palace which was located close to our hotel. This very opulent building gives an idea of how a revolution might come about ... to have some living in such granduer and the vast majority struggling to feed themselves can only fuel the fires of rebellion and retribution. Room after room of fine furishings, artworks and exceptional wooden floors topped ...
... potatoes. The restaurant was so upscale that the bathroom camode was literally a throne! Everything was prepared and presented impeccably and deliciously. Our server concluded our culinary experience with a cranberry infused vodka. Oh, to be a Tsar! With help from our guide and driver, we made our way from the "Tsar" to our van and headed to the Russian Museum. This museum is not normally included on Petrograd tours. It is comprised of art ...
... used to live in. The first part of our tour was walking through various rooms restored to the time of the Tsars. Extremely lavish! There were portraits of all the Tsars and their wives. Amazing stainedglass windows. We also saw paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, Raffaello, Rembrandt & a sculpture by Michelangelo.
We had a quiet night and the next day we headed out of the city to visit Catherine's Palace and a garden that has 150 fountains. On the way we detoured ...
... for a good public gathering. The streets are loaded with street performers, galleries, cafes, and pedestrian traffic, much like you’d imagine in Paris or Rome. Of course, all this is depending on the weather of the day, which can change immediately and drastically. But, overall, St. Petersburg is a must visit. The museums, architecture, canals, cathedrals, and people make this one of the most pleasant cities I’ve ever visited. ...
Woke up at 5.30 and had some cereal in our room in a plastic bowl we'd bought, specially for the occasion. Spent the morning travelling by private minibus to St Pete's, and checked onto our new hotel, the M Hotel, 22/2 Sadovaya St, in case anyone's coming here soon. We were greeted with a glass of bubbly on arrival so we knew this place had style.
In the afternoon we went on a day tour with Peter, the owner of a ...