Our first stop this morning was the The Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood. Another church that was more of a museum. This was beautiful inside and it's coloured spiral shaped onion domes looked like they were made out plastic and are the same colour as seaside rock. They're actually ceramic and in a spiral shape so that snow can't settle on the domes. That shape is also meant to represent the flame of a candle.
We spent some time in another 'real' church nearby where people were queueing up to be blessed. From there we visited the museum comemorating the siege of Lenningrad, a sad and moving experience. People were so hungry they were living off items such as boiled leather belts.
We met Jon and Linda in the evening for a curry near St Isaacs Cathedral.