Grand Hotel Emerald
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... deb instant mashed potato with beef stroganoff (with no more than a teaspoon of beef). Dessert was a random cake thing. Yes we are too well fed on the ship! So some tucks hop has been procured from the fruit bar to take with us tomorrow. Just when we thought enough of ABC, yep into the 1818 Alexander I's St Isaacs Cathedral, with its beautiful gold dome with 220lb of gold on it, marble pillars, fresco paintings, mosaic pictures, chandeliers and a range if sculptures and other ...
... the so-called heart of Moscow historically, geographically and spiritually). And for 3 days we walked and walked and walked…. and saw so much – St Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s mausoleum (I was very keen to see his body, but opening hours are short, and it was closed on the day that we were able to go! – they were probably dusting him off!!!), the Kremlin, and an eye-opening trip to The Armoury, where the jewels, ...
... just over 3 hours south of Oulu. Its major drawing cards were the tower on the hill, and the biggest smoke sauna in the world! The day started off snowy, and early. Our German boys, Daniel and Julian, shared the driving, as us girls (Luisa, Lucia, Paula, Maruša, and Manca) sat in the back. The van wasn't in rows, which was awesome! There was a row of 4, facing the front, and 2 single seats, facing the back; this meant we were all facing each other, and we had a huge ...
... but not very well as it was pretty noisy with a lot of light sneaking through the curtains. We were abruptly woken by the hostess at 7:00am with a breakfast that was not overly flash & hard to eat with out spilling everything in the cramped conditions.
Our hotel the Ibis was only five minutes walk from the train station & as the room ...
... streets and churches, across canals and plazas and ended up snacking on delicious savoury pies, known as pirozhki. Though St Petersburg is by no means small, the main points of interest are gathered in an area reasonably sized enough to get the stout of feet and brisque of breath a great walk whilst snapping the camera warm. Kazan Cathedral, Summer Gardens, Marsovo Pole and Palace Square all bathed in sun this first day of this odyssey. That was going ...