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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... one, you would need to spend 10 years in the museum. Today we have just over two hours !
We walked up the majestic stair-case, through the throne room and into the Pavilion Hall where we saw the famous Peacock clock and some wonderful floor mosaics. Between two of the buildings which form The Hermitage, Catherine built a beautiful hanging garden where she could walk undisturbed. Then we ...
After spending the night on our ship in St. Petersburg, we spent our second day on a full day tour of the city. We started by visiting the Hermitage Museum, which is one of the largest and most famous museums in the world. It is built into a set of palaces, which are absolutely huge. Our guide said the perimeter of the building is over one mile. The first palace is called the Winter Garden, and it is a bright ...
... the Bolshevik and the Communist era is at least as bad as we believe, and certainly more lives were lost than in Nazi Germany. Still, there appears to be a sort of nostalgia for communist times amongst a significant number of people these days. There is no doubt that communism accomplished some positive things like universal free education, good medical service, free housing (of a sort) and other things that made many lives easier. but at a terrible cost to many ...
... views of the Golden dome at Saint Isaac's cathedral, which was a block or so away from the hotel. The church, which survived shelling from the Nazi's during the 900 day long blockade of the city (then called Leningrad), offered a perfect view for us as we enjoyed our drinks. Little did we know when we booked the hotel that the rooftop bar area is one of the trendiest bars in St. P. It was already starting to get packed when we left around 8pm and when ...
We arrived at the Helsinki station and Peter and I were immediately excited when we saw the Allegro train that would carry us to St. Petersburg. This was love at first sight, this train was a beautiful example of modern technology and Peter and I couldn't wait to climb on board. We noticed that Nan, Pop and Aunt Sal were also a little excited as they hadn’t enjoyed their last train journey from Oslo to Stockholm and the Allegro ...