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... They did and we were good to go to Russia – for a maximum of twenty days – with only one time in and out.
So at 08:00, 14 June, we climbed into seats 31 and 32 for a six-hour bus ride from Tallinn, Estonia to St. Petersburg, Russia. We were joined by 41 others on a 43 passenger coach. We heard no other English.
We heard horror stories of the border crossing from endless hours of ...
... for coffee on the way back at the most amazing place on Nevsky Prospect, Betty's doesn't come anywhere near (see video ) hasn't downloaded from iphone, maybe tomorrow On our very weary and foot sore return to our accommodation we were told we had only booked for 2 nights, oh, what now, too tired to leave Fortunately our room was still vacant so we paid for an extra night ...
... some of which had just been recently restored, but by the time we got to touring the grounds the place was packed. We enjoyed the warm sunshine (around 19 degrees) and watched the fountains turn on while music played. Not quite like the Bellagio in Las Vegas, but considering they were designed and built in the early 1700s and operate by pressure from gravity only (no pumps) it was pretty impressive.
It was about a 45 minute drive back to the city ...
... tasty but don't end well for Sam - went down quickly, came out quickly - were his words. I've fallen in love with a place called "Schastye cafe" which means happiness and apparently made Sam feel like a girl within minutes. Come to think about it he was quite entertained by the placemat dot to dot. I was more immersed in the Tiffany green and cream decor set off by cascade lights, cherubs adoring the walls and jars of multi coloured macaroons scattered about. A ...
We must have been tired because we slept in, had a big chat to the other young Aussie couple about travel and ended up getting away quite late.
We got to the Finnish boarder and had to park the car and go into passport control, just like at the airport. They were a bit confused because we didn't have stamps entering into Europe, but we'd got the ferry into France and the French are pretty lazy so they rarely stamp your passport. The Fins were a bit ...