Hotel SPB Vergaz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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... which includes us. Nonetheless, the grounds and palace are teeming with people. Again, we cannot imagine what it would be like when it is "open." The grounds are stunning. The fountains are turned off while we are inside the palace. There is a ceremony when all the fountains are turned on all at once. Music ...
My ticket also allowed photography as there is an extra charge for this but nobody was checking which ticket I had. Outside the lines were just as long so I'd probably gone all around inside while the same people were still waiting.
Then I ...
A walking tour of the city's old center is included in our transiberian tour pack so we woke up to meet up with our guide first thing on the morning. Our guide was a young woman who studied tourism in St. Petersburg. She brought us around the main sites of the historical city center and talked about the history of St. Petersburg.
The city is full of large spacious parks. The parks are sooooo ...
... weigh on me and I caught myself wondering if this was all by some mad anti-west design. More than anxious to escape, even momentarily, the armpit of civilization, and accompanying odor, that was our living quarters, we set out to explore the imeediate area, searching for something edible for dinner. Like finding an oasis in the desert, we stumbled across a cafeteria that was clean and smelled half-decent. It had a long counter with various choices displayed behind ...
... vulture fund.
Friday we visited EMC in the morning...an IT firm with a global base of over 50,000 employees. Their main function in Russia was writing software, only natural considering Russia's historical notoriety for computer science and coding. We spoke with Slava Nesterov, the head of the EMC St Petersburg office which had around 300 employees. Slava was a straight boss, having a successful career in the Soviet Union teaching physics and mathematics ...