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... entered and I said to Julia that it seemed a long way. She said we had walked about four miles on our tour. I believe her.
Next we went to the Chapel of St. Catherine where the royals are buried. There is a separate room where the royal victims of the revolution are interred. They ...
... However, there is a registration process, you need passport, visa etc. We said we would come later with requested documents, but when she advised us that actually it was only a fax copy we passed.
The Singer building which no longer houses the household name of the sewing machine, but a book shop, offered a delicious coffee and croissant with great views of the Lady of Kazan Cathedral opposite, a cathedral with 96 pillars in a semi-circle covering 111m, very ...
... I was her friend, visiting from England. Voices were raised and an argument broke out (I was still frozen by the way) the girl looked like she was getting upset, but then things seemed to calm down and the policemen apologised and let us go. The girl then gave me her train ticket and disappeared into the crowd. I was shocked to say the least... I mean, what the actual...? One minute I thought I was spending the night in ...
... and our guide is Katia.
Tour itineraries in St. Petersburg are very fluid because of large events/rallies, museum closings, and crowds. Day 1 was spent in the city center visiting the main street, Nevsky Prospekt, Kazan Cathedral, Aleksandrinsky Drama Theater, The Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood, Russian Museum, and St. Isaac’s Cathedral.
While taking a stroll along Nevsky Prospekt you cannot fail to notice the impressive Cathedral of Our Lady ...
... and enforced so as to protect the eyes of the subway conductors on the trains. One guy on our tour took a flash picture at street level before we even descended to the deepest subway stations in the world (they have a layer of soft/wet soil that required them to dig down close to China) and one of the officials freaked and told him in no uncertain terms any more and you’ll be arrested. So I double-checked my settings one more time. These stations ...