Hotel Cumulus Kotka
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... the city sights. It was a good day to do it as there was a lot less traffic around than through the week. St Petersburg is set on a number of islands and was first planned by Peter the Great and at one stage was the capital of Russia.
Sunday saw us at Catherine's Palace at Pushkin. Created by Empresses Elizabeth and Catherine the Great between 1744 and 1796, it was largely destroyed during World War 2. Since then it has ...
... and a big day all round. Monday turned out to be a quieter day. Firstly, the modern art galleries I had hoped to visit were closed cos it was Monday, so we walked to the main town area via the harbour walking route. It was a lovely, sunny, warm day, so it was most pleasant seeing the boats in the harbour & walking through the parks. We sat in the sun drinking coffee, like so many of the locals do, making the most of ...
... br> Me (KK): "No."
H: "Why not?"
KK: "Because I don't have a boyfriend."
H: "Why don't you have a boyfriend?"
KK: "Because he's a Loser."
H: "Why is he a Loser?"
KK: "Because he can't communicate."
Not knowing that Heta's Mum, acting as translator, is actually telling little Heta everything I say word for word (because I know Mum knows my situation, and just assumed she would be sugar coating things for a 3 year old).
H: "Why can't he ...
Docked about 8am. Did wash and ironing after breakfast. forecast is overcast 14c. Called Warwick and Pam who will leave on Saturday, all good and they have had a nice vacation. Jopo Bikes tour at 9.45am was excellent. We covered 18km and effectively circumnavigated the city. Linnie rode brilliantly and will walk ok again tomorrow probably. Learned a lot about Finnish History, especially the relationship with Russia and how Finland swapped sides twice in Ww2 and lost some ground ...
... Finish Swedish and Danish were together they usually speak English as they don't speak each other's language streets have heating under pavements to melt the ice most parking, buses and trains are underground. When the port ices over they have to move their boats out its port if is not done the council moves them out and fines occur but if they don't come to pick them up they are destroyed very strict laws on everything . Back to ship left at 4pm arrive in St Petersburg Russia at 8am ...