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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... thats obvious by the numerous pylons coming and going to them and maybe the water heating is a byproduct...maybe? The first stop was at a beautiful onion domed church built by Elizabeth for a nunnery but not many people wanted to be nuns so its was turned into a girls boarding school. Called ..the Smolny Monastery or convent..a large cathedral surrounded by four symetrically placed residences which mirror the cathedral in design all have similar domed tops ...
... of the city as the next days photos will show. Again it was a very warm and humid 29 degrees.
St Petersburg was named after St Peter not Peter the Great as many think. However, Peter the Great founded St Petersburg. Tonight the show on board was the Russian Folklore Dancers. This show was most impressive and well received by the audience.
... also discovered that Russians are in many ways surprisingly like us. One of the precepts of the classroom of travel is that all people have the same basic needs. Culture and geography, religion and politics take us in different directions. But at our core, we all need relationship and purpose and a sense of security. So we return from Russia with one eye on the tumult of current events and our minds returning often to the experiences we had in ...
... had an uneventful hour and half flight to Rome then we transferred to our plane to St Petersburg. Again the flight was uneventful and took three hours. We also moved forward two hours so we think we are now 7 hours behind AEST.
We were met at the airport and driven to the boat in a very flash black Mercedes. We arrived just in time to catch the end of the briefing of how things work. We then just had time to find our cabin, quickly unpack and go to dinner, which was delicious. ...
Our journey to St. Petersburg started very early on Monday morning, as our flight departed from Warsaw at 6:30 am. Public transit was not operational at this time, so we were forced to take a taxi to the airport, at a cost of $20. We did not check-in online beforehand and were annoyed to learn that Baltic Air charged an additional $14 per customer to check-in at the airport.
A one-hour flight brought us to Riga, Latvia where we had a quick layover ...