Courtyard St Petersburg Vasilievsky
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- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... her. She also can’t get over how good the weather is and says that while they say in the Bible that the flood resulted from it 'raining for 40 days and 40 nights, in St. Petersburg they just call that summer’. Whilst walking through the gardens we are treated to a private performance by an all male choir in one of the garden rotunda’s. It certainly adds to our experience and tops off a great morning.
We return to the boat and enjoy a late lunch before ...
... pyshki place is just across the street! Well, we gotta go get some! :) For the first time there was no line. We got 5 and I happily ate 3 of them. I think they're growing on Nate but I nearly skipped out of there with the bag of them I was so excited! Back to the hotel to relax by the fire in the lounge while Nate had a latte and an outrageous cheesecake. The food and coffee in the hotel really is amazing! For dinner we went to the highest-rated ...
... just spectacular. I loved every minute there.
3rd-Church of Our Savior of Spilled Blood, colorful onion- doomed church, name for site of Tzar's assassination. Mosaics embellish walls, floors, and ceilings.
4th Lunch, Pies, we chose 2 each, salmon, a "mystery meat", berries,cheese, surprisingly tasty.
5th-Yusupov Place, extravagant residence of noble family, Rasputin befriended them only to be killed ,legend has it by ...
... of fountains at Peterhof were extraordinarily designed and all operated by gravity with pressure derived from a series of increasingly smaller pipes running from a river 25 Km away, similar to fountains in Rome. All of the Tsar’s palaces were largely destroyed during the Bolshevik revolution and WWII but many rooms have been painstakingly restored to their original splendor. We also visited the Yusupov palace, where Rasputin ...
... Mete prepared a well organized program for us. Perhaps a bit too organized J anyway we went first to a cafeteria to have a coffee. Notable was that smoking was allowed inside. After defining our walking route we walked to the direction of the main street, Nevsky Prospekt, and did some small sightseeing. After walking a while we came to the Dom Knigi, which actually means the house of books. Actually it was the historical company building of Singer. These days it is a ...