Solo Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge
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... where there are fountains everywhere, including some trick fountains designed to soak the unwary visitor.
We were lucky enough to have a beautiful day for our visit and we could have cheerfully spent the rest of the day walking around the glorious gardens but sadly, our coach had to return the the ship at lunch-time.
In the afternoon we sat on the sun-deck reading our books before returning to our cabin to pack for our return to London the next day.
... a mare. Some of us found a little Irish pub, that served Russian food & sat there til just before 1am so we could go see the famous bridges open up at night and get lit up. This was pretty cool, although most of us missed the shot, as we had our cameras pointing at the middle of the bridge, presuming it opened there... It didn't. Day 4: Today was departure day but not until midnight. Sebastian made me get out of bed by saying we'd slept til midday and it ...
... the others doing the trip. 16 in total. Very diverse .. apart from the guy from Reseviour there was people from Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra and a couple from Wellington in fact the suburb next to where I grew up ... (Karori). Admittingly 3 younger people from Portugal. And best of all, our guide, Dimitry. Born and bred in St Petersburg. He looks like he'd be in Louis' class, but in fact is 31.
We all had a meal at a Georgian restaurant ...
... feet at the end. I suppose walking on concrete and cobble stones is different to the clay and slush of Cornwall's southwest coast path, where I never felt the soreness of feet much.
This is a beautiful place for its people (I must say there is a disproportionate amount of beautiful women in this city and it seems most are smokers - in fact most people smoke if appears) and it's empire-sized architectural feats and wonders. The ...
... try to beat the other coaches to the Estonian/Russian border. What a NIGHTMARE! Over 3.5 hours to get through both.
I slept almost the whole 10 hour journey as I still had a high fever. Very miserable! But at least I didn't miss much! We arrived at our hotel about 6pm to a NIGHTMARE of a checkin. What takes on average 3 minutes in the other countries, took an hour here plus the check in clerks feel it necessary to inspect everyones passports and then keep them. ...