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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Last day of touring/sightseeing St Petersburg. Here's the schedule.
09:00 meeting at ship
09:00-13:00 guided tour ...
... get back to the hotel to change into our glad rags as one was going to the Kirov to see Swan Lake.
St Petersburg, AKA Window to the West/Window of Europe/Venice of the North was built by Peter the Great. Endless bridges cross the waterways and streets are filled with beautiful architecture. Museums, palaces, theatres, concert halls and houses of the rich and famous take us back to a previous life when prominent people lived and worked in St Petersburg as writers, poets (such ...
... out the St Peterburg metros and visited Aleksander Nevsky Monastery and cemetery, which has the graves of several Russian composers and writers including Tchaikovsky and Dostoevsky.
... go on to become the recognized master of late baroque in Russia, to create a new, larger palace on the site. Completed in 1735, the third Winter Palace served for only 17 years before Rastrelli was again asked, this time by Empress Elizabeth (Elizaveta Petrovna), to expand the building. After two years proposing different plans to adapt the existing building, Rastrelli eventually decided to completely rebuild the palace, and his new design was confirmed by the empress in ...
... there is no chance I will even put this thing on. I noticed it was a common theme going around on the bus. I'm guessing at this point Boris has to be running the boat. Well, the river cruise was great as we pass palaces, churches, ships, and old buildings. Upon returning, disappointment was high that Natasha wasn't lost at sea. However, she decided to give us 20 minutes of free time to run over to the Church On The ...