Solo Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge
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... cannot say because she is reading this.;) After the trip the group visited the fortress in the center of the city which had a magnificent western style cathedral within it. Which is the location of over 10 Russian leaders graves including Czar Nicholas the second who's family was murdered during the October Revolution. The second day in St. Petersburg came to an end with a lot of ...
Much to my chagrin, I have somehow lost this entry which was pretty much completed this morning before we left Berlin for St. Petersburg. Well, I'll try again and hope for better things. Yesterday, our 47th anniversary, was marked by a 2 hour drive to Dresden, the city that's fascinated me since I read Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five many years ago. The city today bears no resemblance to his descriptions, and that's a VERY good thing. It has been ...
... theatrical/musical/dance folk show that was truly world-class.
Classically trained magicians, singers and dancers performed many
vignettes that were simply astonishingly wonderful both visually and
musically. There were a couple of comedy bits that although
completely in Russian, were hilarious for us given the acting. No
matter where in the world we've traveled, we have found a commonality
amongst cultures – everyone loves to laugh.
26 - 29 April
Before this present opportunity came up, I never had any great desire to visit Russia. But I always thought that was rather too bad because I always thought it would be wonderful to visit the Hermitage, famed throughout the world as an art museum on a par with the Louvre. So when Marty got the Moscow gig, one of my first moves was to plan the trip to St Petersburg, which was for us synonymous with the ...
... br> The train service is interesting - the rolling stock is all quite new, but runs over a mix of old and new tracks. Depending on which section we are on, the speed gets as high as 300km/hr, mostly drops back to about 240km/hr, and occasionally drops down to a crawl. Overall, it does the 650km in four and a half hours.
Lunch is served shortly after we leave Moscow - we get a choice of red or white wine, and a ...