The Brothers Karamazov hotel
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... country's cultural capital today. In addition to the Winter Palace (now the Hermitage) situated in town on the Neva River, he also built the Summer Palace, Peterhof, some distance away on the shores of the Gulf of Finland. Sometimes called the "Russian Versailles", it is an elaborate series of palaces and gardens, filled with guilded statues and splashing fountains.
On this lovely sunny Sunday, many Russians and ...
... II, Alexander I, Nicholas - I'm afraid most of it went in one ear and out the other. Off to Peterhof gardens on the hydrofoil. Beautiful, stunning spot. My favourite place with its gardens and fountains and green palaces. Lunch here, first bit of found all day (at 3pm). A caprese salad - not sure that's a Russian dish! Back on the hydrofoil to the winter palace and a hike to the Marinsky Theatre for the ballet. It's 6.30 pm by ...
... on an acorn), is a golden hen sitting on a stump and on the other side, a gilded cage containing an owl. Every hour, the mechanical peacock used to move its neck and fan of feathers up and down. The owl and the hen both move as well. It still works today but now, I think it only goes off once or twice a day. There was a video, though, showing us how it moved. Even the eyelids moved. It was really impressive especially considering this robotic clock was made in the late 1700s. I ...
... door and, bam, there you are. It is always a surprise to see what sort of establishment you have arrived in.
They do have all the usual suspects like Macdonalds and Starbucks, plus their own varieties. On the bus billboards almost every single advert is of some scantily clad model in a bikini soaking up some serious sunshine. This works well in Australia as that's what the weather is normally like but here it just appears to be a cruel tease!
... minutes walk, and some how managed to buy a ticket to Vilnius. The lady at the counter didn't speak any English at all so it was some sort of miracle that I managed to buy a ticket! Find a post office - before I set out a friend of mine asked me to send a postcard where ever I went. So far I have managed to send a postcard from every country that I have visited and I wasn't going to fail now! You'll be surprised at how difficult it can be to find a ...