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... way to get into the country, since they demand to see your hotel info upon arrival. But the very helpful woman at the counter gave us the Wifi password and suggested we surf the Net to reserve a hotel on the spot. Without too much trouble, we were able to do just that, feeling a little silly for imaging that our relatively low-priced cruise tickets also included two nights in St Pete. But after surviving that mini-crisis, we boarded without any ...
... Tommie started to improve and Eddie and Hien's thought of losing their child started to fade into the background.
Desperation was replaced by Hope, Hope was replaced by Belief and this was finally replaced by Joy as Tommie was released from hospital last week.
They are not there yet and as they live very remote they have decided to stay in a small unit just around at the corner of the hospital, just in case help is needed. Let’s hope ...
... palace at Pushkin, some forty kilometres out in the countryside fairly early in the morning. The motorway systems seem very efficient and in no time at all we were entering the park gates to the summer palace or rather the area in which it is located for there were several palaces as well as large mansions before the actual summer palace. We noticed on our journey out to the palace that new apartment buildings were a better example of modern architecture and ...
As a nut interested in Napoleonic history, MJ really enjoyed her visit to Borodino. And that now completes her participation in the Tour of Napoleonic Battlefields – we saw Waterloo on our family jaunt to Europe in 2000, so enough is enough. Though I may let her visit some when we get to Egypt. And now it was time to head to our final destination – Saint Petersburg. However, the distance from Borodino was too far for one day, so ...
... with a shawl or some such item, prior to entering.
We were then ushered back onto the coach, and returned to the cruise terminal. While going through the formalities of the security system prior to boarding the Oriana, we had to contend with a bitterly cold wind on the jetty. A storm was on the way. The storm managed to delay our departure from St Petersburg till 8 at night, as the winds gusting to over 30 knots were ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed