Nevsky Inn 1 Bed And Breakfast
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... and becomes more so as you walk down to view it from ground level. Cloudy but ot raining as we begin a wonderful stroll through these gardens featuring some of the 200 fountains, grassed areas, the waterfront and some more impressive statues ... some of the fountains were built to amuse and trick visitors into getting wet as they walked the gardens.
We returned to SP by hydrofoil departing from the palace dock. 35min across ...
... 2.00 so looks like we'll be spending some time in the garden courtyard We set off on our own a little after 9.00 to walk down to the Faberge Museum, John had booked tickets online so we were excited, I mean, Faberge for heaven’s sake, the real deal! We wandered leisurely along the north side of Nevsky as it was cooler, and made our way to the museum and the ticket counter. On presenting our ticket codes the young lady said these tickets had been cancelled as payment ...
Across the square is the wonderfully located Astoria Hotel and where our friends Jim and Jenny Tait stayed during their visit some years ago.
STRESSED OUT AT THE ARMENIAN CONSULATE
We arrived at the Armenian Consulate at exactly 2.55 pm for our one hour "Window of Opportunity" to obtain our Armenian visas for our flight to Yerevan in two day's time. Without them we would be well and truly grounded ...
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We were running out of Rubles, but credit cards are accepted at any nice place. We opted for a vegetarian restaurant for our last meal in town and weren't disappointed. The only so-so meal we had on the trip so far was at a cheap cafeteria style place that locals flocked to. It was bland with overcooked vegetables so it must have been the low prices that brought people in.
Then it was back to our ferry for ...
Had a wonderful drive into the country to Catherine's Palace built by the daughter, Elizabeth, of Peter the Great to honour her mother, Catherine and later used by Catherine the Great. Like Peterhof it was over the top opulent! We got early access so there was ************e there. The grounds were amazing, lakes, little cottages etc. The most famous part of the palace is the "amber room" made of 6 tons ...