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... Dad, who has passed away while I am in Russia, and even though my family are giving me permission to continue on my journey with my three very supportive friends, I miss them, wan to hold them, and be with Mum, but I am told she is strong, and glad he is not in pain. Technology is a wonderful thing at a time like this, so good to Skype Shelley and speak with Mum. There is some terrific family support, as they all love and care for one ...
... a response to the events of this sad day, a day also marked by the ground invasion of the Israeli Defense Forces into Gaza. I shared Freidman's analysis with our group the day we entered St. Petersburg, and I share it here in hopes that more Americans, more Westerners, more people, will consider carefully the temptation to jump to conclusions and see events around us through a black or white lens.
I've always been conservative ...
... by a tour of the Hermitage. Lunch included more vodka and caviar and Russian folk entertainment featuring Jordana who was picked from the audience to join the show. After lunch we visited the Peter and Paul fortress, one of the 1st structures that existed at the founding of the city 300 years ago. Within the fortress walls is the peter and paul cathedral which is the ...
... ticket machine and totally avoided the queues. Oh, yes we had a wonderful time in the Winter Palace, fabulous, then on to the Hermitage, oh no, the tickets from the machine only allowed you into the palace so no Hermitage We could have joined an even larger queue to get these but decided not, we were very weary and had a 2mile walk back to our accommodation Maybe next time ...
... and scenes of battle. The walls were painted, porcelened and covered in material or gold. Many of these items on display were gifts from other countries and dignatories from over the years.
Our next stop was lunch. We were entertained with some orignal Russian song and dance routines. Then on to the the Church of Spilled Blood. This church was built on the spot where one of the Czars was assasinated. This church resembles the one in Red Square. It was built ...