German Club Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... signature domed church. This is an Orthodox Church of which part has recently been reconsecrated and filled with beautiful mosaics.
It was interesting in several of the places we visited we were required to put paper booties over our shoes to protect the beautiful parquet floors.
In the evening the ship had a special evening celebrating The White Nights for which St. Petersburg ...
... in the cold morning air a fantastic brass quintet played and stepped to their music. Fun and cheering it was a great start to the day. We saw only a small portion - 29 rooms restored of the palace but I suggest you google it - eh Prue - and look as I cant describe the mindblowing excesses and beauty of the place. Triple WOW!. We wandered the gardens passing multiple bath houses built over a long period of changing fashion and prue and I poked our heads into one on the lake and ...
... on a tight schedule and budget and it helped us stick to both by having it pre planed, also neither of us speak any Russian or Mongolian and are both terrible at learning new languages!
We were really surprised by the underground, it was immaculately clean, with some amazing murals and art work, the signage was clear with all place names written in English, making it really easy to navigate.
We had just two days in St Petersburg and we ...
... blown away by street after street of amazing buildings and architecture. We walked past beautiful parks and across a bridge laden with gold. There were gorgeous buildings that had not even made the cut onto the tourist map of must see attractions. I didn't know which way to look. Suddenly, the apprehension was gone and the city had me. Looking forward to tomorrow for the first tour of the city and then onto the ...
... of bridges towards the Peter & Paul fortress only to be diverted by a shady piece of grass just asking to be snoozed upon. So we did.
We walked along perhaps the best (and maybe the only) sandy beach in St. Petersburg to get into the fortress through the back door and into the main square.
Bought tickets to visit the cathedral and were blown away by the extravagantly golden ...