Exploring the edges of Gatchina

Juste derrière l’immeuble où vivent les parents d’Anton, il y a une petite forêt. C’est super mignon et on a presque envie de l’explorer toute entière jusqu’au moment où on réalise que nos pieds sont en train de gelés. Une fois qu’on en a conscience, impossible de nier la douleur. Garder mes pieds au chaud a surement été mon échec le plus total pendant toute la durée de notre périple.

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Just behind Anton’s grandparents flat building, there is a small forest. It is super lovely and it makes you feel like exploring it all until you realize that your feet are freezing. And once you realize it, you just can’t deny the pain. Surely, keeping my feet warm has been a total failure for me  throughout our stay. Pictures please!

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Si vous tentez de rejoindre la civilisation, vous devriez voir en chemin des petites maisons en bois, certaine n’ont plus vraiment fière allure.

If you try to reach the civilization again, you should see a bunch of little wooden houses, some not doing so well to be honest.

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Enfin, on découvre les ruines d’une vielle forteresse ayant appartenu à la Suède, considérée comme la plus vielle construction de Gatchina.
Finally you can find the remains of an old Swedish fortress which is regarded as the oldest construction in Gatchina.

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