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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... at the airport by a driver. I was over the moon, I had dreaded that part of the journey and now it was sorted I could relax... For about five minutes! On finding out I had checked baggage in, he immediately retracted his offer, saying he wasn't prepared to wait. Cheers mate, nice one.
After arriving at the airport, I made my way to baggage reclaim, only to be told that 'over-sized baggage' has a different collection ...
... all 3 million pieces. We walked along long hallways of tapestries, period costumes, sculptures, mosaics, furniture, and lots of tourists. Lunch was far better than yesterday being met by waiters in Russian costume and entertained by 2 musicians on piano accordion and a Russian type guitar. The salad had onion as well, the soup was spinach we think and then chicken stroganoff And deb potatoes, we think and then an orange slice we think. The champagne was better ...
... was the location of the riding school of Duke Ernst Johann von Biron, the powerful favorite of Empress Anna. When this building burnt down, it was replaced by three-story residential building, where St. Petersburg's first photographer, Sergey Levitskiy, had his workshops in the 1850s. In 1902, the plot of land was bought for a million rubles by Singer Manufacturing Company, the world-famous maker of ...
... driver Serge (sp), we were reminded of the meerkat ad on TV. I can’t say what order we saw stuff or what day as the two days in St. Petersburg melded into each other. Palaces, cathedrals, gardens. An amazing town and nothing like I expected. I thought it would all be brown and grey and drab and it isn’t at all. The palaces are so opulent it’s hard to believe and they are so big with dome ceilings all painted and all so old. We went to ...
... we knew what we were getting into based on observations and research. Perhaps it was even more fun knowing and still going for it.
Our first trick fountain was unsuspecting for most, we'd stopped to admire a beautiful iron rosebush fountain with a little path around it - you may want an umbrella if you're going to cross from one side to the other. Our second, a mushroom like installation that had water pouring over the sides. I think the water was only supposed to come ...