Nevsky Hotel Moyka 5
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Since I'd spent all day on my feet yesterday, I thought a bit of relaxation was in order.
The sun was shining and I had heard that Peterhof (Versailles by the Sea) was worth a visit.
This was the 'out of town' residence used by the Royal Family.
As I walked through the huge gates, there was a long manicured garden with fountains and sitting in the distance was Peterhof, the yellow and white summer residence of the royal family dating ...
... visa for three days, but had to be back on the ship every night. And the ship held all passports. Getting tired so far?
Being travelers and not tourists, it was impossible to answer any of these questions since real travelers have no itinerary or tour guides. And without each section of the online visa request form properly completed, the whole thing bounced. Hence, my email and phone ...
... a blank round as a signal for the Bolshevik's assault on the Winter Palace in 1917. We continued along the Nevsky Prospect. This street cuts through the St Petersburg historical centre and runs from Admiralty to the Moscow Railway Station before making a slight curve to the Alexander Nevsky Monastery. Since the 18th Century it has been the centre of the bustling, rapidly growing city. The street is lined with cathedrals, ...
... went up to the Italian restaurant on board. It wash't long before Luisa, and Lucia, started feeling queazy, and had to fetch the meds. I, thank god, was totally fine! We spent most of the night in the main bar where there were dancers and some entertainer who held a competition that Luisa entered; she won a cocktail, which she couldn't drink, so Paula and I drank it. What a shame!
The next morning we awoke to the docks of St. Petersburg! We were all excited! I was even ...
The next day we toured the Hermitage. The Hermitage for those of you who don't know, is absolutely massive. It has 1200 rooms, all ornately decorated in a different way and used for something different. One of the words that came out of our tour guide's mouth was "this is the 5th smallest of the 6 ballrooms in the hermitage". While the hermitage was incredible, I unfortunately hit a (usually hunger-induced) art museum wall at around 3 hours. I simply ...