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A travel blog entry by tricruiser


... color. If she liked your hair she would mess it up. If your dress was too good she would some how mess that up. This palace was looted and burned by the nazis. Lucky it started to snow after they left and helped put out the fire. There are photos of the bombs they left to destroy the place. That has been a common theme along our travels. Only 30+ rooms have been restored. What is now on display is quite cleverly done. In the corners of room are huge floor ...


A travel blog entry by kerryb


... largest fresh water lake in Europe. There are over 1300 islands and the shoreline is mostly pine trees. We will cross it completely today. We have just returned from a tour to the ship's Bridge. It was quite interesting. Discussions included a description of the various instruments, the dimensions of the ship (I remembered that the ship is 13M high 123 M long and 15M wide and has a draft of 4M) navigating canals, rivers and ...

The Extra Stop - St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand


I probably left this a little bit late to write, it being a couple of months since I arrived home; especially seen as I am lacking in photos to jog my memory… there's a risk it will be unjustly short, but here goes anyway!

So, upon arrival at St Petersburg's airport, I took a shuttle bus and then the metro to St P’s main street; from where I walked ten mins or so towards the hostel.

When I arrived on the street that I should be able to find ...

It's still glittering

A travel blog entry by dougo


... meeting back up with Julia for our guided tour inside. Inside the walls, columns and ceilings were richly decorated in icons made completely from mosaics … the work is phenomenal. We looked up to one of the cupolas and saw a "depiction" of a young Jesus how the artist imagined he would have been. We saw a canopy which had a bed of cobblestones which were the very cobblestones that fatally wounded Alexander II. We must ...

We made it!

A travel blog entry by helenandsimon


... Russia with the first land having been travelling over the sea. But it looked very cold and icy! Shortly afterwards the decent started and the first views of St Petersburg came into sight. Huge, and so many low rise apartment blocks all looking very utilitarian. Anyway, landed and then considering the challenges of getting through the immigration arrivals and baggage collection....but hey, straight through and then ...

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