Austrian Yard 2
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
... quite walk in a straight line but the comedic value of the situation was quickly replaced with the over whelming feeling of wanting to vomit and wishing I was on solid ground. After taking some motion sickness tablets I thought it best to get some sleep and hopefully wake up in the morning feeling better.
Friday 4th of October:
We started our morning with a 7:30am breakfast buffet before making our way to the bow of the boat ...
... Peter II and Ivan VI who are not buried there.
After our visit to the fortress it was time to head to the hotel Moscow for some much needed lunch as it was 2pm and I think many in the group were just a little "churched out". Lunch was a buffet affair and very nice!
With full stomachs we boarded the bus to arrive at “The Hermitage” Museum (or Winter Palace or Catherine’s Palace – as it is known by many) to take in its well ...
... alight, and one of the bar tenders grabbed his hand and made him hold it just after it had been lit. Of course it was still really hot! In my mind, if that'd happened in Australia, it'd be a negligence case waiting to happen. They did give him some stuff to put on it, but I just think they shouldn't have done it in the first place. Crazy Russians. Anyway, I leant him some of my antiseptic cream. Hope it feels better for him soon. Friday 7 May 2013: So apparently ...
... snack and most of the guests help
out in preparing it, then we all sit around the table and eat together and sharing some wine and end
up talking about how great it is that ‘people of our generation’ are still
travelling the way we are!
St Petersburg has changed so much since we were last here. It’s become a lot
easier to be a tourist – don’t get me wrong, it’s not easy by any means, but
... some people that they had got the wrong night for formal night!
Murano serves ‘Contemporary French Cuisine’. It is a much darker restaurant than Tuscan and Qsine (possibly due to there being no real windows) with a much more sedate atmosphere. The tables were set with a black and gold/bronze theme. To begin with, we were offered the usual iced water and the sommelier came round to take our wine order. Paul wanted to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed