Business Hotel Karelia
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... route again (several km's in total) but this time stopped to purchase the must have souvenirs and, of course, to actually try out the food hall. I had the most amazing 'apple' made of white mousse (not as sweet as it sounds), and filled with cinnamon and stewed apple. It was like having apple pie with cream and was divine! Walking back to the hotel, we stopped for dinner before collapsing in our room. Time to pack and then head to Estonia ...
... makes Peterhof really famous and that is of course the fountains. Peter the Great drew up the plans for the entire estate himself and he wanted to be sure that the world knew that Russia could compete with anyone in the world including his good friends Louis the 16th and Marie Antoinette with their palace of Versailles. The fountains were beautiful and would be impressive by todays engineering standards but to think that they were created in the ...
St Petersburg, Russia, day one, May 27We have set our clocks ahead one hour, so we are 8 hours ahead of home. We are up to meet with our group at 6:45. When the ship is cleared we ahead out to immigration before the announcement is made. This is a time consuming process so by going as a group we did not have to wait for anyone. We are only allowed into the country with a passport and visa. We are given this visa by booking a tour with a local company. Their ticket serves ...
We embarked on a bus tour of the city at 9am. We visited the Admiralty, Basil's Island , Decembrists Square, the battle ship from which the shot was fired to start the Bolshevik coup in 1917 and more. We finished about 2pm and had free time. I took a taxi from the hotel to the Hermitage Museum( 700roubles from the hotel) only to find it closed Mondays. Typical of the Russians that they were so keen to take my ...
... station and pointing to trains) we were on the right train. Once seated we started to worry about how we would know which stop to get off at, there wasn't a map on the trains like all the others and there wasn't any signage that wasn't written in the Russian letters. We were super screwed. Our internet on our phones didn't work and we were seriously starting to panic about how we would know what we were doing. Getting lost in Russia was not on our holiday plan.