Solo Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge
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... we managed to find the Dutch paintings and the Picasso and Matisse rooms. Across the road from the exit were cruise boats. We set off for a short cruise at 2:00 This was lovely as it enabled us to rest and have our lunch as well as admire the view. After the cruise we found the Bronze Horseman and the walked back to the Winter Palace. ...and so back to the ...
... to join this event. Luckily I was not the only one. Metow and Dogan also didn't want to join so we decided to explore the nightlife a bit more. After a small dinner on a random place at Nevsky Prospekt we went to search for a bar to have some beers before we go clubbing. After looking around we ended up at a place called "Kuhelbeker Bar". The bar was in a 'kind of a basement' from the window you could look at the feet high of the sidewalk. The interior was like a living room ...
... castle on the other hill with a miniature Eiffel-tower lookalike at the top. We take the funicular up and walk back down. Again the views of the city are beautiful. Afterwards we head back to the flat and have dinner.
After 3 days in Prague we travel to Berlin. It’s 5 hours on the train across beautiful valleys. I spot quite a few deer in the fields near the tracks while Anna sleeps and the kids watch a film. I love those quiet moments. Berlin is ...
... outside the city and trams running down beside the road which is funny since most of the trams have been taken off the major streets in the city. Most of the trees were gone too from what I remember. There were dachas alongside the road but most of the old small ones have been replaced by what I would call nice country homes. A lot more money in Russia today than there was in '97.
We get dropped and go past the church and inside where we ...
... you again need to watch. The cars will yield to foot traffic but if
they get an opening they are off in a flash.
We arrived at Peterhoff, the Summer Palace for the Russian
Czars and Czarinas. We found a parking
place and headed out into the bright sun through a long line of outdoor vendor
booths selling all kinds of trinkets and souvenirs. The only thing missing was camera film shops
thanks to electronics. The palace is up