The Baltic Star Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the apple juice that was an alternative since I was so tired from the earlier tour. Mike indulged in our shots, so they weren't wasted. LOL
We were treated to a performance by the military band and some folk dancers. After that we were led into the palace which is now a museum. Our guide explained all the different rooms and portraits of who was who and gave us a brief Russian history lesson of the royal family. It was interesting but I can't ...
... little during the winter. The winter also affects the nature. The nature in Hawaii will be different than the nature in Australia and in St. Petersburg due to temperature and climate. In St. Petersburg you won't see warm beaches everywhere because Hawaii is closer to the Equator thus it is warmer than St. Petersburg. In conclusion, St. Petersburg is way different than any other place in the world due to its temperate, climate and ...
... a surprise inside. More than fifty eggs were produced; we saw the nine in this museum, ten more are in Moscow, and the remainder are assumed to be in privates collections.
We staggered back to the bus, which delivered us to the cruise terminal about 6 PM. Another 10 K day on the FitBit! Somehow we managed to find our way to our cabin for a drink and a shower before heading to dinner. It was a day of sensory overload!
... station. Thank goodness for non verbal gestures and pictures. I like arriving at train stations because they have ordinary people traveling not like airports that seem sterile and touristy. At train stations you see people going about their average day and gives an idea of the city. At the same time in cities like SP they have less signage in English (actually very little). In all the cities we had visited that had a metro station the international train station was next to ...
... thought of my great-grandmother, a wealthy independent woman sailing into the port in St Petersburg on Sea Cloud, the world’s largest private yacht that she herself owned, with 20,000 pints of ice cream no less. It must have been a pretty inspiring sight. I went out of my way to find Spaso house, the official residence of every American Ambassador since the early 1930s, where she and her husband lived from 1936-1938. I should have thought to try arranging a tour ahead of time but ...