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Since I'd spent all day on my feet yesterday, I thought a bit of relaxation was in order.
The sun was shining and I had heard that Peterhof (Versailles by the Sea) was worth a visit.
This was the 'out of town' residence used by the Royal Family.
As I walked through the huge gates, there was a long manicured garden with fountains and sitting in the distance was Peterhof, the yellow and white summer residence of the royal family dating ...
... old stuff. One of my personal highlights was catching a pickpocket - a big industry over here. And the irony of it was that Glenys, while taking a photo of me, caught this girl/woman and her sidekick in the shot. Very exciting. She told me to **** off when I sprung her! Rude eh? After 3 hours of all the old stuff we were given 3 hours at leisure in the city. When I can ...
... really it was at least 2.5) only to have our flight delayed. Currently it looks like we should be able to catch our connecting flight to Istanbul tonight, prayers and thoughts are appreciated! We will post pictures once we get to Istanbul :) And happy 22nd anniversary to our mom & dad! UPDATE 6/29 09:04 we were able to make our connecting flight last night even with the hour and 15 minute delay. We were greeted ...
... being purchased. Elena says it is very difficult to fix up your apartment because there is a labor shortage. Illegal immigrants are doing the work and they are very unreliable! We have a set appointment at the Hermitage. This is the state museum now that it is no longer the winter palace of the czars. It was started by Peter the Great and added to by each reigning czar. Czar is translated from caesar. Power changed hands quite a lot. There are five building and 1000+rooms ...
... station and pointing to trains) we were on the right train. Once seated we started to worry about how we would know which stop to get off at, there wasn't a map on the trains like all the others and there wasn't any signage that wasn't written in the Russian letters. We were super screwed. Our internet on our phones didn't work and we were seriously starting to panic about how we would know what we were doing. Getting lost in Russia was not on our holiday plan.