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... damp. I went first making the green smoother and drier for anyone who followed on from me!! (I can’t think of any more excuses!!)
Tonight in the restaurant was Italian Night. The waiters wear the red, white and green cummerbund and/or waistcoat of the Italian tricolour, the menu is Italian cuisine and toward the end the lights dim and Volare is blasted through the restaurant whilst everyone waves their napkin in the air. These are also always either red ...
... late when they finally left Peterhof and the bus did not arrive back at the ship until after 6pm, which was when the ship was supposed to leave.
Lucky they were on a ship organised tour so they knew the ship would not leave without them.
Delcom was the last person to board the ship.
She tried to buy some last minute presents at the terminal and the Staff Officer was having none of that, hurrying her up the gangplank ...
... burned a few times! Like Europe (with the exception of London) there's no coffee. Espresso drinks only. There are way more Burger Kings than McDonalds and not very many Starbucks Moscow specifically: Websites with English options and Google maps are great, but you have to know the name of your destination in Cyrillic to find it since that's all that's on the outside! This tripped us up a few times and had us pulling up their website while standing outside. Like Europe, google ...
... were supposed to provide?? We couldn't see the end of this second line, everyone was joining it, and no one spoke English. We thought we better had too, just in case.
Turned out to be the loo.
We arrived at St.Petersburg coach station to slightly colder conditions than we'd been used to and then (thanks to some dodgy directions) wandered up and down the road for quite some time! Finding ourselves in remote bus station locations seems to be a bit ...
... although she lived there. It is named for Empress Catherine I, who was originally a Lithuanian peasant but was brought into the court of Peter the Great by Peter’s best friend, who she was having an affair with. She then married Peter the Great in the early 1700s and had twelve children. Anyway, it was not as large but just as extravagant as the Winter Palace. The highlight of the palace (which I have always wanted to see) was the reconstructed Amber room, which has 6 tons of ...