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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... upper gardens.
The palace is entered via an elaborate staircase and is beautifully decorated with a mirrored hall based on the one in Versaille. There are two rooms with magnificent Chinoiserie but you don't really have time to admire them properly because you have to step through them very quickly. The guide told us that in Soviet times, you had to hold your breath as you walked through them !
We had to make sure that we were outside the palace by ...
... 300 years ago and amazingly used gravity to feed all the fountains and make them run. AMAZING!!!! they used to have 6-7 year old boys manage the pipes etc and if their was a problem they would make them go into the pipes!!! Had a fun exclusive visit to the "grotto" which is the area under the main fountains. this is not only where the inner workings were but also where Catherine the Great had her secret passages for lovers to enter the palace! Peter the Great was ...
Today I walked around with Tidoy, Alper, and Sebo. We saw the Aurora Cruiser, which was used during the October Revolution of 1917 to signal the final assault on the Winter Palace. It also was used during the Russo-Japanese and Second World wars. Tidoy is ...
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When I got to the ship the queue was huge so I did the honourable thing and took a couple of pictures of the outside then buggered off....
After Peterhof we went back to the motorcycle garage, there I had a great evening/night till 2 am eating meat and drinking with some great ...
Arrived in St Petersburg yesterday afternoon and went straight to the ship. We were supposed to be picked up yesterday morning at 5.15am and taken to the airport. Things got a bit nerve racking when the transport hadn't arrived by 5.40am and we were in the process of getting a taxii when he fronted up. went to a couple of places today in St.Petersburg - Peterhoff Palace and St.Isaac's church. Both were ...