Amulet Hotel On Morskaya
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... to assist as well as all signs being very foreign to us. But once we got our bearings we were fine. The biggest surprise was a phone call to our room yesterday at 6.30pm offering us 2 free tickets to the Swan Lake ballet!! Held at the ABPOPA. So off we went with a driver and found ourselves seated in the middle not far from the front and the orchestra. I loved every minute of it and Graeme...well he lasted to the ...
... Tzar's Village.
Peter the great presented the estate to his wife Catherine in 1719, and it remained as a summer residence for many years.
It is one of the longest buildings Video Girl has seen, more than 350 metres in length with 25 lavish rooms currently open to the public, including the Throne Room, the State Dining Room, the Reception Room, the Amber Room etc.
When the building was originally built it had ...
... the famous Hermitage Museum (where we were to visit the following day).
St Isaacs Cathedral was well worthwhile seeing. It is a huge but beautifully proportioned cathedral set in luxuriant park like surrounds on the busy Isaakievskiy Square. Widely regarded as one of the most impressive landmarks of St Petersburg, it is the largest Russian Orthodox cathedral in the city and the largest Orthodox basilica in the world.
The cathedral was ...
... get a bus from a metro station out of town. We decided to save some money and have a little adventure- despite no map or Russian vocabulary, we still got there in one piece, success. The gardens and fountains are amazing, made all the more so by our luck with the weather. Someone really went to town with their fountain idea, but they do look really beautiful.
That evening we left for Moscow on our first Trans Siberian overnight train.
... out in exacting detail how to get from the airport to our hotel here in beautiful St. Petersburg using only public transport. For less than 2 bucks each we ended up a short walk from the hotel using a combination of mini-bus and metro. Cue Dad smiling!
So now the trip starts in earnest. We are beyond the kind reach of our Swedish family and must rely on on gestures and traveling ...