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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had no need to rush, and had a leisurely shower and then breakfast in the hotel. Again it was an excellent spread of a continental breakfast. We sat in the garden outside reception and waited for Julie, she didn’t notice us at first, then recognized us and greeted us warmly. We went out to find Alexander and the car and then we were off to the Hermitage. We told Julie we wouldn’t need the car after the Hermitage, which elicited a loud “thank you” ...
... returning for lunch, Ross and I went our separate ways. Ross did a canal boat cruise to see the best of the city by water. I decided that yesterday was enough cold for me so I decided to check out the newly opened Faberge museum. It opened back in April and features 9 of the 50 Imperial Easter eggs and a few of the privately commissioned eggs as well. What a cool place. There is one Faberge egg in the ...
... place and had the most amazing cheese bread ever. The Beef Stroganoff wasn't bad either. Yeah, I opted for it since it was invented just down Nevsky Prospect at the Stroganoff family palace by their chef.
Tuesday, September 16
We had a light breakfast and went to the world famous Hermitage Museum. It's an incredibly large series of 3 palaces, like the Russian museum, only much larger. You really need a strategy to see the art that ...
... and elegance. The Russian nobility had a sense of style and a compulsion to demonstrate its wealth. The problem being, and St. Petersburg is no exception, is that while all of this magnificence is being demonstrated, many others are being exploited and living in misery. This is a perfect recipe for revolution, and in 1917 Lenin and the Bolsheviks began their conquest in then-called Petrograd, and would eventually take the rest ...
... in with a beer and a chat with Randy and Bob again. I realised though that this was my last night in St Petersburg, which gave me a tinge of sadness. This city is all I've known of Russia on this trip and I realised how odd it'll be to be somewhere else. I guess because this city is starting to feel like home. I walk down Nevskii Prospekt and I know where everything is (mostly) and it all feels familiar. But leave I must. Tomorrow is my last day here and I have a lot I want to ...