Solo Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge
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... This day we started the day with a great breakfast at a Turkish restaurant at Nevsy Prospekt, Antalya Gourmet. Not a cheap but excellent food. After our long breakfast we went to the metro station. Today we would see 'the real Russia' by going outside the city center to the suburb Udelnaya. This place is known as it has the most famous market in Russia. The market offers a variety of goods such as antique samovars, sacred images and statues of Lenin or Stalin. You can ...
... and at either end there are white pavilions with gilded cupolas. The palace itself is beige and white as to not take away from the beauty of it's surroundings.
Standing in front of the palace you look down and out and there is the lower garden. There is the cascading fountain on either side of a fountain where Samson is opening the jaws of lion. It is quite impressive. We walked down ...
We have now visited all 19 ports after being in Oslo, Norway. Currently we are sailing south throWe have now visited all 19 ports after being in Oslo, Norway. When this post was created we were sailing south through the North Sea, and then to our final cruise stop, Amsterdam. -------------------------------------
We stayed in St Petersburg for two full days. They were really full days. We had made pre-scheduled tours with a Russian ...
... this time we had the added benefit of Vladimir's commentary, as well as the not insignificant advantage of being able to escape the dreadfully cold winds by returning to the heated bus. The Peter and Paul palace was indeed a highlight and it's beauty, deep within the fortified walls had reportedly been a closely guarded secret for centuries. We continued along the opposite bank of the Neva, stopping again to visit a ...
... we were afraid of getting stranded somewhere, and even then, we had to hop in a car to get home. Both Nora and I were suprised at the crowd. You get a bunch of Russians listening to music, playing badminton and ping pong in a tournament hosted by Megafon mobile company, and throw in liberal helpings of beer, and you basically expect a disaster. It couldn't have been further from the truth. They were pretty neat and tidy, and very laid-back. ...