Comfort Hotel on Chekhova
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... collections of paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, Reubens and Rembrandt. Finally we left through a gallery containing Canova sculptures. A whirlwind tour but it is only possible to digest so much.
We were back at the ship by 15:00 and had a couple of hours to relax before having an early dinner and getting ready for our trip to the ballet in the evening.
Our evening took us to the ...
... color. Very intricate and beautiful. Once inside, you move to the Hermitage building, which was originally created by Princess Catherine. It's beautiful inside – just gold and crystal everywhere you look. While the Hermitage Museum had great art (such as Rembrandt, DaVinci, Monet, Van Gogh, etc), the building itself is much more of an attraction.
After the museum, we went to lunch in an old ...
We sailed overnight, went through a couple of locks this morning and docked at tiny hamlet that seems to exist solely for the tourism dollars, called Mandrogi. But it is a delightful little town, taking one back about 70 years. Horse drawn carriages, looking more like authentic vehicles than simply tourist carriages, will take you around, but we walked the perimeter in about an hour or so. There are only 100 or so inhabitants, ...
... back to our room we had to walk around the line forming at the club hostess stand to get to our room. After drinks we walked along one of the canals to dinner, crossing multiple unique bridges and absorbing all the incredible buildings and churches along the way. It was a clear, warm night, and people were out walking along the boulevards and riding in boats along the canals. We passed the Church of the Spilled Blood, a colorful ...
... ideal opportunity for them to re-ignite their passion for train travel.
Excitedly we hopped on board and into the first class cabin. Peter and I liked this lovely new train so we settled in to enjoy the ride. We had no sooner commenced our journey when a lovely lady with a trolley arrived offering drinks and lunch to Nan, Pop and Aunt Sal. They were very happy travellers as they dined while we sped through the countryside at 220 kilometres per hour ...