Comfort Hotel St. Petersburg
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... a picture of her, coincidentally at the same time as she looked over. You are free to view her expression below. Needless to say she was not thrilled we were her potential customers.
Earlier in the day, we ( my grandma, sister and I) visited one of the many cathedrals. The Center was filled with many people, tourist and locals all mixed in among the canals, buses, trolley buses, and various city monuments. After visiting the cathedral, we stopped in for Pishki - ...
... that were shaped like windows. Very flash. I think it was way more impressive than the Palace of Versailles - which was pretty awesome! The coolest bit was the Amber Room which was a room covered floor to ceiling in amber. The walls were made of amber mosaics. There were amber pictures and then amber frames for the pictures - it was all entirely amber, just shades of honey to red! So pretty.
We were also told that one of the grand rooms used to have ...
... of thousands of serfs, Peter created a beautiful Victorian city that became the crown jewel of Russia. Unlike Moscow steeped in Slavic tradition and ancient Russian culture, Saint Petersburg resembles any European city built during the Victorian era. Almost every single building is required by law to be painted lemonade, teal, or light blue in Saint Petersburg. Along the banks of the Neva River one can see numerous palaces belonging to former Russian aristocracy and new hotels that ...
... no photos allowed) and another hall with great accoustics where we heard a 4 man choir sing beautifully. We returned to the ship and got changed to go to a cocktail part for past Amawaterways' passengers.. We then went to dinner the the two couples who travel together, Charlie and Martha from North Carolina and Melvin and his wife from Nottingham. We completed the evening with a classical piano recital in the Melody lounge that w liked very ...
... up there on our first day, Nick was wondering how we were going to buy tickets because there wasn’t a ticket booth nor had he seen a ticket machine. One thing I have been saying to him so far this trip is that he has to stop expecting things to be to the same standard as we have at home. And I was right, again. There was a ticket office, and it was located in a concrete structure that Nick had identified as an abandoned pile ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking