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... is over the top baroque and really more about the power of the tsar and not Kingdom of God. Normally the iconostasis has many icons that tell the Christian story here there were just two large icon of Christ and the Mother of God both dressed in royal robes as king and queen. Now fairly tired we returned to the hotel. Bata had used her negotiating skill earlier in the day and I bought a ticket for me for the Feel like Russian Folk show at the Nikolayevsky ...
... about park anywhere you can fit in. That does not mean there is any place to park, with all the congestion. There did not seem to be any parking near the apartments. Gas was about $4 a gallon. We came back to the Church On the Spilt Blood. This is the site of the assassination of Alexander II. It was built as a memorial more than a church. It holds three services a year. The colorful porcelain onion domes are visible from great distance. Look them up too, so you can ...
Luke finally saved the day by asking the girls behind us if they could speak English which they did!!! They promised to tell us when our stop was there. They saved us big time. We rode the train for 30 minutes through heaps of different stops and would have had no idea where or when to get off. The bus was equally exciting as we knew the correct number but couldn't ask for the right place so just had to gamble and get off when everyone else did. Holy moly ...
... that we had scanned to enter, from some people. Irina had to start shouting back in Russian to stop the attack with volatile words exchanged before the Security woman retreated. Apparently another group had not scanned their tickets at the entry. Irina explained that this was an example of the volatile Russian character, something that from experience I can relate to. It is hard to say anything original about the museum experience. The opulence of the palace that led to the downfall of ...
As lucky as we are to be here, I must admit that I am disappointed that spring has not sprung here in St. Petersburg. Our friends tell us that this was a horrible winter and because of that it has still been too cold for things to sprout or turn green. In fact, we see lots of ice as we drive around. So we will be thankful for the warmer weather and the sunshine that we are told shone just for us today.
As we walked through Palace Square ...
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