Hotel Ibis St. Petersburg Centre
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The hotel room was small, very very small, very uncomfortable ! The bed was very uncomfortable ! If it was any more uncomfortable, we could be called the Flintstones - Fred and Wilma ! Lol !
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... is always looking beyond for inspiration and change. Peter the Great died aged 52 from liver stones.
One amazing building was the Church of Spilled Blood where a prominent Russian Politician was assassinated. The structure is another form of brilliant architecture. You really need to be there to appreciate it as photos do it no justice.
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... quite organized. When we entered the bus our last person was surrounded by 6 guys, so he couldn't enter, neither go out. Luckily he managed to escape without any loss and we were 'kind of safe' in the bus and entered the square in front of the Hermitage. <i>The Hermitage is a museum of art and culture in Saint Petersburg, Russia. One of the largest and oldest museums in the world, it was founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great and has been open to the public since 1852. ...
Much to my chagrin, I have somehow lost this entry which was pretty much completed this morning before we left Berlin for St. Petersburg. Well, I'll try again and hope for better things. Yesterday, our 47th anniversary, was marked by a 2 hour drive to Dresden, the city that's fascinated me since I read Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five many years ago. The city today bears no resemblance to his descriptions, and that's a VERY good thing. It has been ...
... guided tour of St Isaac cathedral
3.15-4.30pm Inside guided Tour of Yusupov palace
5 pm Return to the ship
We met up with the rest of our party at 7.30am – getting off the ship was a breeze compared to yesterday and although we still had to queue through customs, show our passport and our tour ticket, it was a bit quicker than yesterday … thank goodness.
Our lovely guide ...