Solo Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge
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It was an impressive start to the majestic grandeur I was to experience in St Petersburg
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... made our way to the ferry! It wasn't anything like the Manly ferry, or any others I've seen at home, it was huge! Like a cruise ship or something!
So, us four girls had a cabin together. It was a tiny room! Maybe 2m by 4m or something. With all our luggage, it was a bit of a squeeze!
Luisa knows she gets seasick, so she had bought tablets for it before we left, but decided to see how she felt once we were on the boat. We all decided Italian was a good option for ...
... man after he designed it. Though others believed he was banished from Moscow after building it, so he couldn't have access to building plans and measurements. Even so, he snuck into Moscow during the night, made measurements and went onto build other similar buildings. Other designers have since then created similar buildings - the Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood being one of them. The Peter and Paul fortress, is where the bodies of ...
... on to the Winter Palace. Now there is also the small hermitage (where Catherine’s favorite lovers had their suites), the old hermitage (for very important guests) and the new hermitage (the first building to open as a museum.)
It only took 6 years to build the Winter Palace, which is shocking to me. With all of the designs and details in the palace, the fact that it only took 6 years is remarkable.
... apartments in ugly, decrepit blocks of uniform flats that are uniformly falling apart. Like every big city, there are drunks on the street, people so drunk at 10 in the morning that they can't even stand up. I saw one old man, totally confused and drunk, being led away by a passer-by who sat him down and told him to stay put. He didn't seem homeless, just a citizen who had great misfortune. Mila told us that her husband became an alcoholic, and they split up. ...