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... It 's now about 4pm. We are resting as Kathryn is going to the ballet tonight. I 'm not! This morning we went to Catherine's palace. I sent 15 pics on the photo stream describing this experience. The weather continues to be excellent. High in the low 60's. Wake up in the low. 50's. No sun in the morning but comes out by 11am. They say we are lucky that it's not raining. Tomorrow more ...
... is on Ligovsky Prospekt. It's a big hotel so should be straight forward. He wants to know the house nr. It's 61. He repeats 61. Am I sure. Yes. 61? Yes! And so it goes on until I arrive, surprisingly still in one piece. Sitting in the passenger seat, I've braked more than he has!
Set off for the Hermitage walking down Nevsky Prospekt - think Oxford Street - and after half an hour realise it's further than I thought as I'm still only half ...
So apparently all the bridges over the Neva river in St. Petersburg raise during the night. They begin at 1:20, which is apparently a convenient excuse for husbands that don't make it home to their wives. With the bridges raised it is very difficult to make it around the city, you cannot get from one part to another. Excuses, excuses.
Today was a very busy day in St. Petersburg. There were 10 cruise ships at port, ...
We have now visited all 19 ports after being in Oslo, Norway. Currently we are sailing south throWe have now visited all 19 ports after being in Oslo, Norway. When this post was created we were sailing south through the North Sea, and then to our final cruise stop, Amsterdam. -------------------------------------
We stayed in St Petersburg for two full days. They were really full days. We had made pre-scheduled tours with a Russian ...
... and purchased student tickets for several of the architecture. (It seemed that there were ceremonies on that day to commemorate something, unfortunately everything was in Russian and we had no idea what exactly was going on. Out best guess is the death of Tsar Nicholas II and his family members as 17th July was the day of his murder at Yekaterinburg.)
We had dinner on the other side of the city as that's apparently where most restaurants were located. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility