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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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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…. <b>Day 1</b> At 04:00 AM my alarm clock rings. I woke up and went to the …
... Palace Square for the city's birthday concert - see video below - was particularly awe-inspiring. Someone tells me that if you spent ten minutes in each of the rooms in the palace you'd be there a month! After breakfast with Natasha and Michelle from the hostel I can manage three hours in the museum before I have to leave my travel companion ...
Palace Hermitage museum most magnificent collection in the world of Clothes jewellery watches walking sticks, horse bridle Filigree jewellery, paintings & tapestry Bronze & marble everywhere We have had a chilly but lovely day in St Petersburg. We went to the Hermitage museum & winter palace thus morning & the Peterof gardens this arvo. The paintings & canvases ...
... classical conditioning by observing a dogs response to food expectation. Unlike the drooling response to the actual presentation of food, which is an unconditioned reflex, drooling in expectation of food is a conditioned reflex (as in learning that a boat intercom buzzer usually means mealtime for instance). Classical conditioning is often used to treat phobias, anxiety and panic disorders and has nothing to do with age. I mentioned our quickly-learned, conditioned ...
... carriages, clothes, armoury, etc., etc. from times gone by are stored. Security at the Armoury was tight, and we queued for a long time to even get in, as ticket numbers are limited. The Tsars certainly lived extravagantly!!!
On our first day in Moscow we joined The Free Walking Tour of Moscow and spent about 3 hours being shown around. The guide depends on tips as payment for the tour and it was extremely well done, and gave us a good idea of ...