Day of the 25th was the mostly expected one in this camp, because it was the excursions’ day. Children were divided into 4 groups.
The biggest one had a trip to the Hermitage. They visited Egypt’s part, Russian history exhibition and other interesting places.
The second group enjoyed a picturesque view from the top of the St. Isaak’s Cathedral. It was really windy there but it didn’t stop us to get upstairs and see that magnificent view of Saint Petersburg.
The third group was in the Cathedral on Blood. Interesting fact: it was built on the place where Alexander the Second was murdered.
The fourth group visited the Peter’s and Paul’s fortress and learned the history of the Romanov’s dynasty.
After that all four groups had a tasty lunch and united in the Peterhof. Everybody liked the fountains, especially running through them. Although we arrived back to the camp so much tired, our feelings are unforgettable.
Our rating of the day is 10 out of 10!