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... few famous buildings including the Grand Europe Hotel, the Church of the Spilled Blood and The Hermitage which is located on the Palace Square, to name a few places. Like a fair number of cities, once you know the layout, it's pretty easy to find where you need to go. We split up after the tour, some of us hitting up the Hermitage (for me, this shall perhaps happen on a future visit) while the rest grabbed Russian pie for lunch at a local ...
... hardly recall most of it. I am still searching for the answer. I hope it is more than "I have been there".
The intensive visit sapped my energy a little bit. There was a park near the museum, and I happened to see a hot dog stand which could be seen actually everywhere in SPB. The hotdog cost 50 RU, and it tasted good. The lady was nice. When I asked to take a photo for her, she even wanted to see it.
Then I came to the St. ...
... 8230; and I tend to agree.
At the end of our tour we saw photos of the Palace in ruins - such dedication to restore it … then before we knew it, we were out in the fresh air walking through the grounds to our waiting car. Next stop, Peterhof for the water gardens and to view the Grand Palace from the outside … and a cheap lunch at one of the cafes just before the entry to the grounds. It took about 45 mins driving time ...
... to cover the domes of churches in real gold, which is beautiful. The outskirts of St. Petersburg, near the port, are not so pretty, but we got through those pretty quickly.
Today we went to a few places in town. First we went to Saint Nikolas Church. This is one of the few surviving churches from before the Revolution. Before the revolution, there were over 700 Russian Orthodox churches. Now there are only 17. The services in ...
... part of the conflict. I imagine Finland and Poland would see things differently though let's not get controversial here.
After leaving the memorial we made our way back to the metro, diverting to search for and ultimately photograph what's known as the candy striped church, for obvious reasons. We fought the strengthening winds to make it back to the Metro and the relative shelter of being below ground. It's ...