Motel Voyage Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I'm going to have to get my pictures pretty sharpish tomorrow morning.
And it looks like Lenins Mausoleum cloud be closed (shame, there's nothing like seeing an embalmed body that's been dead 80 years !!
At least floodlit St Basil's Cathedral looked as stunning as I thought it would and Gym (goom) is all lit up too.
Lesson learned (I should know this)....never go out without your camera ...
Day 3 in St. Petersburg and we are off and running at 8:30. Today we are leaving the main city of St. Petersburg for the suburbs and the towns of Peterhof and Tsarskoe Selo, better known as Pushkin or the Royal Village. Peterhof and Tsarskoe Selo are the most elaborate and popular of the palaces in and around St. Petersburg. Getting to these towns can be accomplished by train, bus, and hydrofoil. Today we opted for our minibus and our driver Vladimir. It takes about 30-40 minutes ...
... fish followed by chocolate mousse. Joe West was onstage at the Explorer Lounge so we went and watched him then headed into see our mates in Crooners and listen to Darren the pianist. Joe came into Crooners after his show and between them they once again put on a great show with lots of laughs and audience interaction. It was a fantastic night with lots of laughs and it was 1am before we got to bed. Thank goodness we got an hour back at 2am as the clock changed yet ...
... tickets. The computer is down so it takes longer. In this palace we get in line by group and follow each other. Much less confusion. We do have to check the coats and wear our headphones. This is the summer palace where Catherine II spent most of her time. She was quite a character. It seemed she had some 11,000 dresses. She never wore the same one twice. They fabrics were saved and remade into other dresses. She announced what she was wearing and no one else ...
One of the special things about my trip in Easter Europe was that I did couchsurfing instead of staying in hostel. One reason was to save up money since I had already spent a lot on visa and flight. Another reason was to get close to local people. Travelling is not only about seeing places but more about meeting people. Couchsurfing is a brilliant idea of achieving this goal.
I was lucky to meet Nastya, a young mother ...