Hotel Ibis St. Petersburg Centre
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Flew in from Istanbul with a whole load of Russian ladies returning from a shopping spree there. Wealthy, well dressed and only sporting the best designer clothes, handbags and glasses. Slim, manicured and ever hair in its right place, the can be admired on how they make an effort on looking good.
There are no queues here. Everyone just …
... gain entry to and for only 280€ ($415aud) for the ferry return trip for 2 we thought it was fairly affordable. We didn't know what to expect from the ferry but were excited to see it was a flash looking cruise ship with 7 floors. There were 3 floors with bars and restaurants, including a karaoke bar, sushi restaurant, Italian restaurant and duty free store. It was a pleasant surprise to see how comfortable our room was, including some of the most relaxing beds we had ...
Today we had an early start, comparatively speaking . . . 8:15 with the Green Group and Nadia as our Guide. We started out with a bus trip of approx 45 minutes to the town of Pushkin where we toured the Pushkin Palace. Pushkin is a bit of an upscale community with some very nice homes in it. This palace is very beautiful and filled with many rooms and in particular is famous for its "Amber Room". We learned all about Amber and it colours depending on the age ...
... served basis. Our group which included 2 other couples (Don and Alison and Nick and Marcia from Canada) decided to meet up at 6.30am at the International Café. The tickets were being handed out from 6.15am and we felt we would still get a good ticket number … we did – ticket number 2 which as it turned out resulted in us leaving the dining room immediately following those with ticket number 1. We left the ship at 7.30am after being ...
... to be protected from the harsh climate). The palace was not completed in 1725 when Peter the Great died. The construction of the palace was halted and almost abandoned. Then in 1740 Peter the Great's daughter, Katherine came to throne and she commissioned the same architect that build the Summer Palace in St. Petersburg to finish what Peter the Great had started. The palace is long ...
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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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