Elbrus Team Visits St. Petersburg

Posted by: | August 03, 2010
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Elbrus Southside

Well it was an amazing last day to a great adventure on Elbrus. The group left the hotel early this morning if different directions as there are so many sites to see. Some went to the famous Hermitage Museum that houses more art than any other single exhibit in Europe. Others went to St. Isaac’s Cathedral, The fifth largest cathedral in the world, and other palaces that are throughout the city.

Everyone enjoyed the day and we finished the evening off with a city tour on a boat. St. Petersburg was built with Dutch influence and is similar to Amsterdam. There are rivers and canals that tie this beautiful city together and there is no better way to see the city then from the water.

Most of the team heads home tomorrow.

Thanks for following along.



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