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... to ring. In the same region were also the Tauride Gardens and Palace and the Smolny Cathedral which is used as exhibition and concert hall.
After a short rest I headed out again and visited the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood or also known as Church of the Resurrection, partially modelled on St. Basil's in Moscow. Additionally, I walked through the Summer Gardens and along some ...
... By the end of the day it just meant unruly crowds to me. Maybe if I was in my 20s, but of course I didn’t get to travel then because every penny I earned went to paying for school.
I went to my room and collapsed on the bed. I hurt in various places and took my second dose of Alleve for the day. And two Xanax. I started to drink one of my Estonian beers, but I realized I didn’t have a bottle opener. I’ll have to ask for ...
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... Jack's making his atonement with a useful ipod app which allowed us to decipher the alien Russian alphabet and plan a route. The stations in St. Petersburg are deep, grand and efficient. There is an arrogance and power to them, a kind of boastful pride whose essence lies in endless marble and ornate golds. Surprisingly, from the wall of the main station a statue of Lenin still gazes down despondantly at the crowds of busy consumers. Caught in the morning rush hour, we watched the ...
... this was done completely in Russian. After finally realizing we didn’t speak Russian, at each new place of interest, she would run around to the woman sitting in front of us, tap her heavily on the shoulder and insist that she translate the name of each spectacular site. In this manner, we were introduced to Kazan Cathedral, The Church of Spilt Blood, the Catherine the Great Monument, and other spectacular sights. Finally, we reached the ...