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... checked luggage was there and we soon met up with the Road Scholar representative. She took us to the shuttle along with another participant who arrived earlier and had to wait for us. It seemed like a short ride to our hotel, Olympia Gardens where we met our group leader, Violetta and check into the hotel. We are on the 7th floor and there are lots of tour groups coming and going so it is very crazy ...
... at home anyway. I think that I need to start working out but that’s a little bit of a weird situation as well. There is a big free weights section out on deck but it’s open so early in the morning and late at night (especially when we’re moving) it’s a bit too chilly for me to be up there lifting. They have treadmills and bikes inside upstairs but there’s a line to sign up every day, then when ...
... along with Russian tourists.
The mini-bus dropped us outside the park that sits to the south side of the palace and we had a pleasant walk up a sunlit avenue to the ticket office and entrance. The palace itself looks huge but only a handful of rooms are open and as such only a certain amount of people can actually fit in the palace. This meant there was an enormous queue outside the ticket office and this time I would definitely have been part of a tour ...
... truly spectacular Grand Cascade.
Improvements to the park continued throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. Catherine the Great, after leaving her own mark on the park, moved the court to Pushkin, but Peterhof once again became the official Imperial Residence in the reign of Nicholas I, who ordered the building of the modest Cottage Palace in 1826.
Like almost all ...
... and then one more time left, right then crossed. 30 minutes later we came back with 1 heaping bag of food, milk, bread, and a bag of wheat-fish.
Almost as soon as we got back I crashed on the couch. As for the time change I fell
asleep almost immediately. That was always a natural thing and always will be. :) :) :)