Meet the new day in a stylish coffee shop in downtown Tver. What do you prefer for breakfast: "Jack Lemon" waffles with spinach, trout and a pasta egg or maybe a Boddy Holly punkie with almond cream, wild berry jam and mint? Important: order something with you in case you have a snack on the road.
Before saying goodbye to Tver and heading back, let's have a look at the Tver Life Museum. As one can guess from the name, the museum collection is dedicated to the life of local people, as well as the history and traditions of Tver crafts. We can see household items, church utensils, home textiles, clothing, and jewelry. Important: the museum is closed on Mondays. You can check the current opening hours [here](https://tvermuzeum.ru/affiliates/mtb).
We'll have lunch in Torzhok, in the pancake house of the Museum "Bird of happiness". In addition to pancakes here you can taste the fire cutlets once sung by A.S. Pushkin.
We will make a stop and walk around the former manor of engineer Mikhail Tokarsky, which at the beginning of XX century was called "little Versailles". We have reached a dilapidated miniature chapel on a bulk hill, the ruins of the forged entrance gate, the water tower and the park stairs.
We honor the memory of the fallen soldiers who fought on the Volkhov Front during the Great Patriotic War, a minute of silence.
We're almost at the target - St. Petersburg. Before renting out the car, we'll have dinner in Pushkin, in an authentic restaurant located in a XIX century mansion. We are waiting for the view on the cathedral square of the city, the atmosphere of the past centuries, as well as delicacies of Russian and European cuisine, which proved themselves on the royal tables more than a hundred years ago.