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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... better grasp the Russian society and business culture. In my opinion, one week is not enough to say that I know the culture, but it surely gave me a first impression. Would I work in Russia? Yes, definitely. I love both cities we visited and I could see me working there, if I was to find or offered an interesting job.
I found it a well-organized trip and I appreciate our tight schedule because I wanted to get most out of this trip and see as much as possible. My ...
... Paul Fortress. Lacking the fame and tourist appeal of the Hermitage or the Mariinsky Theatre, the Peter and Paul Fortress is certainly no less of a St. Petersburg landmark. The first structure to be built in St. Petersburg, and thus the birthplace of the city, it never served its intended defensive function. Instead it has had a rich, hugely varied, and sometimes sinister history as a military base, a home of government departments, the burial ground of the ...
... was one of the rare occasions that we were allowed to take pictures inside a church - hopefully you can get an idea of the beautiful interior designs that I was trying to describe from Moscow.
We also saw the Peter and Paul fortress and visited a Soviet prison as well as the ...
... ended up going to this cute little place around the corner. They sent over a Spanish waiter as a surprise for our Spanish friends. This turned out to be a nightmare because he didn't speak English, and we were all looking at English menus, he had a Finnish menu, and the girls were struggling to keep switching from English to Spanish so much. It was a mess, and he got a few things wrong in the order, but it was a delicious meal! I may have payed around 30 euro for it, but I had ...
... br> Our guide begins with a city walking tour and then we hop a boat for a one-hour canal and river tour. The bridges are low (because the river is high) and we have to pay attention to avoid a concussion! At 10 pm we hop an electric tram and head for the Vodka Number 1 Restaurant where we are shocked to find out that herring, sour pickles, cole slaw, borscht and pirogies were not Jewish foods – they were on the traditional Russian menu! Who knew?