- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... for that. Save that until all else fails. Our hopeless helplessness found its mark. A young, college age man and his really attractive girlfriend (old guys notice this) offered help. He was from St. Petersburg, she was visiting him from Tallinn. He left the station, went outside and found a cab with its Russian speaking driver. And, in Russian, he explained our destination and negotiated a flat rate. After a ...
Hey we arrived What a farce at the border, backwards and forwards, here there and everywhere, can't go through until you have a ticket, go back towards Tallinn and queue to get a ticket, go back to border, oh no we won't let you through because there is a marathon today and the road is closed. Round and round Narva until finally one kind police lady let us through. Unfortunately it didn't stop here, we had to jump through hoops and go through 5 barriers, fill in a myriad of forms, ...
... saying our goodbyes to grandma before dashing all the way across the intersection and up the 3 flights of escalators of the shopping center, which houses 6 movie theaters on its 3rd story.
We arrived in time for our 3D movie. As we came into the theater and found our seats, the commercials started. Then they froze. And nothing happened. For 5 minutes, which is a long time ...
... along the river and spotted all the hydrofoils covered in G20 designs being escorted down the river by police boats. Unfortunately we didn't put two and two together until we went to do a day trip to see the palaces at Peterof and read that between 4-7 September day trips were cancelled due to a section of river being closed for G20. Doh. So I think that about sums up our time here. It's been fabulous and we can't rave about it enough. Let's hope the same can be said about ...
... English by trying to copy Joe's license. The young customs girl came and took the form from her and led us to our car so she could translate while we filled in the forms. She was brilliant! Even when she didn't know a word she could describe it so we understood. Once filled in we took them back to the window where we further confused the other lady by being Australian with a UK registered car. Luckily another lady sitting beside her was able to help out ...