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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
... extensive but it was interesting to get to one point near the cruise wharf where the roadway diverted from an aerial abrupt end to the motorway. This will be completed when more funds are available. With St Petersburg growing rapidly as a cruise destination it is hoped that the major ring road will help transport cruise passengers to the sites more efficiently.
We planned evening activities so once our tour returned to the ship early afternoon we relaxed on board. ...
... to them. So of course we enjoyed some griffin ear rubbing! Very cute.
Along the way we stopped in to a gift store to check out the Babushka dolls and some other gifts. Inside we found fox furs!! Real fox furs for sale. They were so incredibly soft and luxurious but also were so real. They still had snout and then eye holes, some had legs and one still had claws on the end of its legs. It was so very sad. I couldn't stop patting them though. Poor ...
... the Great's growing art collection and expanded over many years to become one of the largest art collections in the world. We were interested in seeing the paintings and so on, but more interested in the rooms and corridors themselves. The intricate parquet floors and the exquisite plaster and painted mouldings on the ceilings captured our attention more than anything else. We spent a few hours taking in ...
... Selo. Wonderful golden ornamental work adorned many of the rooms each of which had a special character. The one hour being shepherded from room to room in our group keeping just behind the group ahead and in front of the one behind went amazingly quickly. We then went out into the Versailles like gardens before boarding the coach for the trip back to St Petersburg and a Russian lunch at the Sentosa Restaurant with a ...
Our last full day in this lovely city and we decided to jump on the metro again and visit The Alexander Nevskiy monastery. It is a sprawling monastery complex on the banks of the Neva, founded in 1710 by Peter the Great. It is still a monastery and working cathederal. Services were being held while we were there. We also followed a tour group through the graveyard here. The Tikhvin cemetery houses ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services