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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Babysitting service
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Visiting st. Petersburg was quite long on my 'to go' list. Thanks to my cousin who is as an exchange student in st. Petersburg I had the opportunity to go there with a small group of our family. After all the preparations the day of the journey arrived….
At 04:00 AM my alarm clock rings. I woke up and went to …
... I didn't see.
I have a 2 day ticket so I might venture back for an hour or two tomorrow.
Outside, it was warm and sunny so I had a saunter back to the hostel past the Church of Saint Saviour of Spilled Blood and stopped off for something to eat on the way.
Surprisingly, I'm not all museum'd out.
And I definitely know my Picasso's from my Van Gogh's.
Think I'll sleep tonight, I'll be holding onto my ears ...
... new residence by the sea, as a triumphant symbol of the successful conclusion of Russia's long struggle for an outlet to the Baltic Sea. Peterhof was officially opened in the presence of the tsar and foreign diplomats in August 1723. The architecture and decor of Peterhof reflects all the artistic styles of the past and the personal tastes and preferences of every Russian monarch.
One of the world's most famous palace-park ensembles, Peterhof was virtually destroyed ...
... After walking through the available rooms we walk through some of the classic gardens. We head back to the city for lunch. The city views are obstructed by the fogged up windows. Lunch was at Romeos . We had great service. The menu was cucumber and tomato salad that only had sour cream for a dressing. Borsch soup was excellent. There was sliced loaf bread on the table. I heard later that it is always rye bread. Our entree was chicken Kiev and rice ...
... 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 ...