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... explanations. We had to go to a back corner at one point, go up some stairs, then go down an adjacent set of stairs to continue. But the art was good and it's good value at about $9 each.
The weather on the trip has been absolutely fantastic. Back home it's getting cold but we've had sunny or partly cloudy days in the 60's every day except one. So we're walking a lot and just exploring the canals and buildings. That night, we ate at a ...
... fish followed by chocolate mousse. Joe West was onstage at the Explorer Lounge so we went and watched him then headed into see our mates in Crooners and listen to Darren the pianist. Joe came into Crooners after his show and between them they once again put on a great show with lots of laughs and audience interaction. It was a fantastic night with lots of laughs and it was 1am before we got to bed. Thank goodness we got an hour back at 2am as the clock changed yet ...
Today was much less eventful than yesterday, but a nice relaxing day nonetheless. I had to hang around the hostel for a couple hours this morning to do my laundry, and then headed out around noon. I got to cross off another place from my Top 100 list, so that was cool. The Hermitage Museum was the 62nd place I've seen so far. This one definitely did not disappoint.
I usually ...
... temperatures. Fortunately for me I like a challenge so I braced myself for a very cold few days ahead and counting my lucky stars for the thermals and numerous layers I had packed.
I arrived into St Petersburg at 10am and made a beeline for the very Russian looking giant of a man holding the name of my tour company hoping he was my ride into town. Turns out that said giant of a man did not speak English which lead to me miming driving motions and making car engine ...
... places from our guide Lydia. It was especially interesting to hear a lot about Peter the Great. Peter the Great was the first official emperor (not Tsar) of Russia. He also moved the capital of Russia from Moscow to St. Petersburg. At the time St. Petersburg didn't really exist so he encouraged stone masons and other labourers to move to the area to build what we now know as St. Petersburg. The city was designed by Peter the Great based on many European cities as Peter ...