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... again at 2.00 pm to get in and it took about half an hour to get in. They were taking a group of about 20 at a time for a tour in Russian only. We tagged along for a while and then just went our own way. More at www.tsar.ru
After the Palace we had a look around the extensive gardens, including the bath house, a lake and an island.
From there we drove to Vyborg and settled for the night on the street beside Vyborg ...
... called Suomenlinna (fortress island). The fortress and buildings were constructed from 1748 when Finland was part of the Kingdom of Sweden, but it didn't help much when this country was annexed by Russia in 1808 for 110 years. There were many bunkers, fortress walls, canons plus a number of museums. We visited the Military Museum and Vesikko, an old submarine converted into a very compact museum. A very interesting place ...
... as the outcome. Saw the 1952 Olympic Games site, games were postponed due to Ww2. The railway, beaches with flags but no swimmers :-/ and Composer Sibelius monument, the old dockside buildings now converted to residences $200-300K euro. Then back on board then a visit to the fresh food and arts and crafts markets and the center of the city shops. Including the gardens and the Senate Square Cathedral. Russian lesson at 5pm dinner and Best of Broadway sow with the local ...
Mild overcast day 14c. A few People on deck with blankets others catching sun clouds. Lyn not real well, not a good night for her with indigestion. Baltic Sea is calm so amazing. Worked out in gym 450calories burnt. 5 mega cruise ships expected in Helsinki tomorrow 15c max. Waltz 2 dancing today. Dinner with John and Jill from Peregian Springs. And Yachters Graeme and Felicity from Perth. Great local show tonight the choreography video background and dancing was ...
I can't imagine, when daylight is reduced to about 3 – 4 hours a day, snow is banked up all over the place and the temperature is around minus 20 degrees regularly, that you would prefer Winter to Summer? But part of the not so fond feeling for Summer is the rain. It was raining as she spoke to us about her love of Winter. Afternoon Summer rain just pelts down, making it almost impossible to drive and enjoy any sightseeing.