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... holders to dishes, tea services and punch bowls. There was so much to see that the tour took over an hour. Since they didn’t allow pictures in the galleries, we did pick up a pack of postcards.
To finish out the day, Maria invited us to her home for ice cream. She lives in an older building with her husband and son. At one time these were apartments and 3 families shared the space with a common kitchen. With the fall of ...
... was taken miles away to the ocean terminal. A nightmare for him, and for the poor guide.
However. good points-- we saw some lovely Watteaus and Dutch masterpieces. And some prehistoric carvings.
That night we went to a lovely ballet performance of Swan Lake, left early enough to get decent seats, didn't get lost OR left behind and weren't pick-pocketed (see #5!)
4. Stick with the group.
We didn't have this problem thank God, but on our ...
... umbrella blew inside out and then he dropped it and his backpack in the roadside gutter. Of all things uncomfortable, Alan simply hates getting wet and I knew just how much he would be hating the rain and wind.
A short walk took us south and to Arts Square and the Russian Museum. The weather was just beginning to look brighter and not surprisingly, so did the museum.
Arts Square or Ploschad Iskusstv, was planned by Italian architect Carlo ...
... was a self-guided walking tour along Nevsky Prospect to the grand Kazan Cathedral and west to the Marinsky theatre, where we thought we might be able to get tickets for a show, but of course tickets to see the Kirov ballet were sold out long before so we never got to see inside what is, apparently, a beautiful theatre. We also took the opportunity of paying a visit to the EF language school, which we just happened to see on a street corner off ...
... with the fact that we had no aircon (the city was going through a heat wave), the walls were paper thin and the neighbours were not the quietest of people. During our time in St Petersburg, we visited some amazing places and the building design and architecture throughout the city was spectacular. One of the places we visited was the State Hermitage Museum which is located in the centre of St Petersburg. The building dates back to the 18th century and is ...