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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I woke up to cloud and spots of rain.
Anyway, i'm wasn't bothered as I was off to the World famous Hermitage Museum.
I'm not really a museum fan but it's rated as #1 in the world so I was about to find out what it was all about.
I walked past St Isaac's Cathedral, past the Admiralty building and into Palace Square.
A huge obelisk stands in the middle surrounded by very impressive buildings with the turquoise and ...
... using old photographs and drawings.
The Peterhof Museum Complex is one of the most popular museums not only in Russia, but in the whole world. Even a few hours here are enough to feel the spirit of history, which still lives on and breathes in this magnificent place. The word Peterhof means Peter’s Court in German and is pronounced "Petergof" in Russian. Its founder, Peter the Great, decided to build this sumptuous palace after his victory over Sweden ...
Just our luck to pick Marathon Day to try to cross the Estonian - Russian border, all roads were closed in Narva and after about an hour of U Turns finally got to the border and made our way to the front of the queue. Only to be told that we needed a ticket to go through, no English or Russian spoken,we were shown on a map were to get a ticket,another hour before we found out were that was,and then when we were 200 yards from the border police had ...
... cake for dessert. The cake looked more like a tart. The owner decided to treat Susan to ice cream. She was thrilled and called it her birthday sundae. Remember this trip is about her 40th birthday in a few months. We were scheduled to take a canal tour but due to the weather we changed to another church and a market. The Russian orthodox church was holding a service. It was beautiful. The ladies all wore scarves and the men were bear headed. They were ...
... fall in love with "old" stuff. Not gonna to like post office in China any more.
I set a schedule to meet my host Nastia for dinner, but the way back was hard. I got lost without doubt. I asked a lady randomly about where was the metro. Surprisingly she replyed me that she could only spoke Russian and Dutch!! OMG, why Dutch not English?? Later on I found out that the cold war left the Eastern Germany and Russia "close" in some ways, so ...