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... touch a special religious relic. Very nice to see it being so used as a cathedral. We then strolled down to check out the world’s oldest department store which turned out to be quite touristy and boring. Still it was good fun walking around and exploring the city.
For dinner we went out with the group to a Ukrainian restaurant that was quite interesting. We started with a shot of homemade vodka - Luke and I were very boring and got cranberry ...
... morning by Daria and Daniil from Elva, and joined at lunch by a raft of other Elva employees and in the evening by them and their wives. So what with them and the obvious Minder who wanled around the Hermitage with us, we have been pretty well cared for!
Later: it is now two days later and to say that we are exhausted is an understatement. The programme devised by Elva was jam-packed right from the start, but of course things run slower than expected, traffic slows everything ...
... s a really cool bar. It's three levels with each level having a different feel to it. The first floor is just a bar with tables but the top floor has a bar and a large dance floor. Was a fun time.
We ended up staying out until 6 in the morning. This was due to the fact that the buses and metro were closed after about midnight so we just drank at the bar til they reopened (something I'm afraid will be repeated all too ...
... go into the tricky fountain bit where people get wet but there were lots of screams and laughter coming from there.
This is from the internet and it's a lot but good information of Peterhof. From Wikipedia
:"””” The dominant natural feature of Peterhof is a sixteen-metre-high bluff lying less than a hundred metres from the shore. The so-called Lower Gardens (Nizhny Sad), at 1.02 kmē comprising the better part of ...
... By the end of the day it just meant unruly crowds to me. Maybe if I was in my 20s, but of course I didn’t get to travel then because every penny I earned went to paying for school.
I went to my room and collapsed on the bed. I hurt in various places and took my second dose of Alleve for the day. And two Xanax. I started to drink one of my Estonian beers, but I realized I didn’t have a bottle opener. I’ll have to ask for ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed