Hotel Ibis St. Petersburg Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ibis St. Petersburg Centre St. Petersburg
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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... area which strongly resisted enforced change. The wealth has not returned but religion has and Stalin is remembered for visiting kizhi then ordering the closure of the churches and the murder of the priest. We saw the farmhouses, large log structures which would hold several families together and learnt about how the people lived and worked. Implements from old days of farming were still in the houses, ploughs from the 14th century, fishing boats, ...
... works in fine and beautiful colours...in 1930 a shell fell on the cupola not exploding and not until 1061 did the bomb get defused.The parks that surround it are filled with flowers and the fences are fret-worked green and gold. Beautiful. The summer gardens are the oldest gardens laid out in 1704 with 91 of 220 statues still there from the originals and the railings around it are ornate and well kept. Onwards into the city up Nevsky Prospect the 4.5 kilometre ...
... much more expensive (around US$18 per head) than buying them in person. And at least we had them in our hands. Hmm, not like our Armenian visas....
Our hotel also provided a free shuttle bus to the museum which we did take advantage of, taking the first bus of the day as by this time we were quite paranoid about our 3.00 pm One Hour Only visit to the Armenian Consulate to collect our visas and wanted as much time as we could spare at ...
Today we had the 1st of 2 full days of touring St. Petersburg. Jan and Graeme, a couple from Australia, arranged these two days as well as our tours to Berlin and in Tallinn. Being able to arrange private tours with fellow cruisers is one of the great things about Cruise Critic. The tours are usually half the cost or less and the ...
... as our trip has progressed, but sadly this was our last overnight train. (We will be taking the TGV from Paris to Bordeaux in a day or two’s time – but that is a day trip).
We arrived at 8am in St Petersburg, too early to book into our hotel, so leaving our bags at the hotel, we took a hop-on-hop-off bus around St Petersburg. WOW again!!! These cities are just so full of serious history and serious bling!! In St Petersburg our ...