Domina Prestige St.Petersburg
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... was together and the ship was docked, we headed to the gangway. On the way we were asked if we were on a tour (they meant a Princess tour) and Susan (the person who first set up a group with SPB) just said "yes", so they let us pass. When we got to the gangway, another of the crew said we had to go through the procedures on the ship and we just told him we were getting off. He waved his arms about a bit, but we were allowed to get off. When we got ...
... smaller streets four, while sidewalks can easily fit fifteen people across. We felt dwarfed by the city even though there were no high-rises. We regularly stumbled upon palaces which are now museums. I was wonderstruck on our first venture out.
We visited the Hermitage, which includes the Winter Palace, and the Palace Square. The Hermitage is one of the world's most well-renowned museums, with a large array of collections of art and culture ...
... sup> class, carriage and 2 other couples in the
other half of the 1st class carriage. Aunty Sue laughed as she
watched me pile all of our small change about 20 coins in all on the drop down
table ready for me to buy the coffee. When the girl came around to serve us she
told us that it was free with the ticket, so I had to pack my small change away
for another ...
... not Sweden?
Well, Swedish summer comes around every year, give or take. The opportunities to choo-choo through a lush Siberia and to galoppe across the vast steppes of Mongolia while not freezing to death knock far more seldom.
And as the two short flights from west to south to east were spartanly over with, I set foot in the former capitol of one of the biggest empires, as ...
... to see a building completely covered in scaffolding with a few window holes cut out and a small yellow sign advertising our hostel. Even the taxi driver looked horrified for us and asked if we had rung them recently!?! We made our way into the building, and at the top of 4 flights of stairs (which had an odd smell of potatoes about them) we found our hostel, thankfully it was there, open, intact and we had a room. We dropped off our bags, found some lunch and set off ...