Taleon Imperial Hotel
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... but much more relaxing. When I said we'd be staying on the bus as we'd seen St Isaac's Cathedral the previous day, she was momentarily taken aback, but then said we could get off the bus and wander around if we liked, just be back by the appointed time. Several others then said they'd do that. There was no way Ron and I were going to rush in and out of the rain again unnecessarily.
We had an hours drive ...
... guests - so big groups of people exchanging flowers all over the place !
Romance is not yet dead in St Petersburg - boys buying flowers for their girlfriends and carrying their huge handbags for them when required. We saw at least 2 weddings everyday. The fortress of St Peter and St Paul quite a popular place for wedding photos and the chain that surrounds the island is covered in padlocks - some of ...
... 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 ...
... museum I first tried to visit the other day. As I approached it, I heard brass band music playing. As I got closer, I could see the band was an army band playing outside the museum with 20 or so old babushkas watching. I listened for a bit while some of the babushkas went inside. It was at this point that something tweaked that this wasn't normal. Sure enough, a small sign in the window said the museum was closed!! I asked the guy on ...
... the war and has been reconstructed to its former glory. No photos are allowed inside the palace so the security guards were out in full force to implement this rule. More gold leaf and chandeliers adorned the walls and ceilings of this palace.
The gardens were quite spectacular with the Grand Cascade containing a series of 64 fountains, 37 gilt statues and 3 waterfalls. See photos for details.
A mediocre ...