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TripAdvisor Reviews 33 Udovolstviya St. Petersburg
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... to the dining room next door where dinner was served, complete with wine and vodka. A local Russian singing/dancing
ensemble entertained us with rousing Russian folk songs while we dined. By the time we returned to our ship home it was midnight, way past our bedtime!
It has been a very busy day. We need to get up early tomorrow as we spend our last day in St. Petersburg visiting the famed Peterhof palace, a rival to Versailles in France. ...
... to Peter the Greats summer palace which competes with Versailles in France. It is absolutely fantastic with over 150 fountains all gravity operated. We spent a few hours there walking through the grounds. Returned by coach to St Petersburg after Yolande did some necessary trinket shopping.
At 7.00pm we had the Folk concert which was a fantastic cossack and traditional dance and singing show.
Back home for dinner at a restaurant at 9.00pm.
... imposing. Her eyes flash and her enthusiasm overflows with her arms conducting us in wide sweeps. We dont get it wrong. She, however plays the balalaika and other instruments so beautifully and often very fast, stamping her feet and yipping - a little like the maori ending to the Haka the folk songs all end in a yay! John read his book and is relaxed and enjoying a cruising life. We are ready to leave the ship at Goritsky as soon as it docks - most of the ...
... come back. Interesting time was had in the museum. The other thing noticed was the number of older ladies employed to watch over the exhibition who would sit on a chair with nothing to do except sit and watch people walk by. On we walked. Over bridges, across Islands and stopping at a supermarket 2km from our place to buy stuff for breakfast and dinner that night. BBQ chicken and salami. Yummo. Early night watching Russian TV (nothing on except ice hockey) and relaxing after two nights of disrupted ...
... had about something bad that was about to happen, and she was right each time. Leanna said that when she was a little girl, her bedroom in that house in St Louis was on the third floor and she woke up one night, paralyzed with fear when she saw a shadow with red eyes lying in bed next to her, staring at her. When her dad went in to check, he was nearly knocked over by a gust of wind coming out of the room. She hasn’t been back in that room since, but strange things still happen, ...