Solo Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge
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- Swimming pool
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... again part the sweeper and find a florist shop. I ask the original question and she again says some Russian and point through a park. Ok off we head and suddenly, there it is, the Metro with people coming and going. Next challenge was paying for our ticket. I couldn't buy Russian Rouble in Australian and couldn't find anywhere to change the euro or pounds I had left over. But there was an ATM. First one was in Russian only (I didn't know what I was withdrawing or transferring money ...
... to get my documents ready and legalised.
It's also the number of times I threatened to call the police in case they keep doing nothing.
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In 2 hours... ERIK IS LEAVING GBG AND STARTING HIS SUMMER LIFE !
*fingers crossed for you, everything is gonna be just fine, trust me* - not an engineer :D
Today my travelmate is about to start the summer awesomness ;) Brittish people use this for expressing ...
From Tallinn we made an excursion to Saint Petersburg.
The night bus was a bit back breaking and having to spend two nights (one going there, one for returning) in a bus, being awake for quite some time because of the border bureaucracy, didn't make us fit.
Everything else was superb.
Saint Petersburg is huge. Probably a good thing we didn't go there by bike, although we would have managed. We arrived around 6 am, and the town still had to ...
I feel I've entered a new dimension of time and space. My new friends Anton and Katya have taken me under their wings. I'm having fun trying to speak Russian with Anton and he too is trying to speak English, something I think he prefers to do though only with enough vodka. Katya speaks good English and I think she appreciates the practice. I arrived on Wednesday night (13/6) at the Finnish Train station and Anton and Katya ...
The first full day in St Petersburg we visited the Winter Palace and State Hermitage Museum (which are the same place). Apparently if we saw every exhibit we would have walked 25km, so it's probably a good thing the mean people on the turnstiles wouldn't let us back in after we took a break for lunch.
Anyway, Rosie got to see lots of Matisse, whose best works still resemble the mistakes I threw away from my artwork when I was a child. He's ...