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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... those hats that are far too big for them). St Petes might have been a very regal and noble city but I kept getting the sense that I was in a really nice looking Walmart store just before Xmas. We started out our St Petes experience thinking that we would need to come back just to wander many of the streets we had driven past, but by the end of our stay we had decided that four days was probably enough.
With the increasing belligerence of Russia which has ...
... find a boat that had an English guide, since we don't seem to have progressed much with our Russian. Along the way, we walked through the park that was next to the church, but despite it being a very nice park, you weren't allowed to go on the grass!! After having a little rest on a park bench, we continued on to the river, and found out that the next cruise with an English guide was at 7pm. Since it was just after 5pm, we had ...
... to see.
Anyway – you’re not allowed to take any photos at all in the interior of the Palace but I bought a pack of postcards and took a picture of some of them so they can be included in my blog.
After the tour of the interior we came out into the gardens – these are just outstanding – so well kept, so lush and green and just acres and acres of them (250 acres I think). Konstantin then took us around some of ...
... we hit the road? Getting through the Russian border went smoothly and then we stopped for lunch (can't remember the name of the place) Lunch was an included one and rather unusual - curried chicken - I am sure that is not traditional. Our driver managed to find his way into St Petersburg using a new ring road still being completed. We drove straight to the Peter and Paul Fort to visit the very impressive ...
... to worry though; the sun was out and we were in St. Petersburg. :-) We walked along the famous Nevsky Prospekt and saw a statue and monument dedicated to Catherine II. We then went into a really posh and unusual delicatessen called Eleseevsky Store; I think it was Russia’s version of Fortnum and Mason. The building’s architecture and decor were ...