St. Petersburg – Day 3 (Hermitage)

Last day of the so-called “medical conference” in St. Petersburg.

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Horse carriage in front of Winter Palace. Prince efenem is fetching someone for a romantic ride into the sunset ngenge 😉


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Corridor of Power in Hermitage – right and left are portraits of all the Tsars in history


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Inside Hermitage


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Show off chandelier


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The Pavilion Hall – this hall is a lot more beautiful than the other halls we went in…


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Coz the Pavilion got this gold bird show thingy… What a show off!


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In Knight chamber – with all the cool displays of ancient weapons these Russians have been using


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Efenem terbuat muka manja pulak… 😉


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Kok King wasn’t with us in Hermitage because he went in already last summer… So he decided to take some cool photos of St. Petersburg


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Catherine Park


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St. Isaac’s cathedral from afar



Kok King really had a thing with St. Isaac’s cathedral…  what a show off… nice photo though… 😉


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Boat trip on Fontanka – been there done that


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View of efenem and ieja at the opposite park from St. Isaac’s tower (colonnade). I didn’t go up because just had lunch and the lady selling tickets is a soviet-era bitch. Plus, I have climbed cathedral towers in Hamburg and Köln…


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On our way back to hostel before rushing to train station… Too bad, haven’t finish exploring the whole city yet…


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At the train station, saying bubbye to Denis… Our local and loyal tour Guide but somehow has been misunderstood and scolded by someone 😉





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On the train, eatin while watchin’ sitcom on ipod… Tata


4 thoughts on “St. Petersburg – Day 3 (Hermitage)

  1. pic1: prince w/o extravagant dressing… nah.. u must b d jaga pintu..

    pic3: can’t help but notice your head looks like an ornament atop the mantelpiece..with those jars/vase flanking LoL

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