- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... the movie we had pizza!!! Yay, sbarro!
My parents had coffee. After that my mom and dad decided to have sushi! Bleh! :( ;0 They got their sushi and we went home. What a fun Saturday.
... there the sun was just setting and the streets were packed with partyers for the White Nights festival. It felt like 6pm. So weird to have it light so late. I had a cozy room in the hostel and parked myself there for 4 days. I went out and saw all the sights like the Hermitage and Peterhof and walked all over the place. But I also gave myself a chance to recharge between group trips where you are running around a lot. ...
... came out of the Hermitage, we to a cafeteria where we met Metow and Dogan.
After a lunchbreak Feyza and Dogan went back towards the hotel. With the remaining part we went to visit the Saint Isaac's Cathedral. The Cathedral is in a small park and all together it's very picturesque. I think we saw at least 3 couples, on their wedding day, posing for photo shoots. Well at least we know now how Russian brides are looking J. The Cathedral had 2 parts which could ...
... Novgorod, the energy in the stadium about 7-8 times that of an NHL game. An inebriated 6' 5'' 250 pound Russian guy next me couldn't resist the urge to dance during the songs played in the stoppages, and by the end of the game its safe to say we were buddies, swapping business cards and laughing our way to the exit.
Saturday night a few of us went to a Parov Stellar concert, a house / jazz musician who was was a pretty phenomenal musician. Sunday morning ...
... coup, would become Catherine the Great and rule for over 34 years as the Empress of Russia. She wasn't a great beauty, but she was smart and she made sure that the people and the right political families liked her and would work in her favor.
- The palace was occupied by the Nazi's during the Siege of Leningrad and they did significant damage to the building as they were decamping after the siege. The whole middle part of the palace had to be restored because they bombed ...