Renaissance St. Petersburg Baltic Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... are amazing. Everything here is more beautiful then Moscow. Segway in Alwksandrovsky Sad Park- was so much fun. I have never Segway'd before and I've never had this much fun rolling around the park. 15 mins felt like a lifetime. Hermitage Museum is massive and beautiful. We spend hours here and only manage to explore 3 levels of one wing. The photos don't do anything justice. Food Drink- Coyote ...
... was the location of the riding school of Duke Ernst Johann von Biron, the powerful favorite of Empress Anna. When this building burnt down, it was replaced by three-story residential building, where St. Petersburg's first photographer, Sergey Levitskiy, had his workshops in the 1850s. In 1902, the plot of land was bought for a million rubles by Singer Manufacturing Company, the world-famous maker of ...
... a picture of her, coincidentally at the same time as she looked over. You are free to view her expression below. Needless to say she was not thrilled we were her potential customers.
Earlier in the day, we ( my grandma, sister and I) visited one of the many cathedrals. The Center was filled with many people, tourist and locals all mixed in among the canals, buses, trolley buses, and various city monuments. After visiting the cathedral, we stopped in for Pishki - ...
... to "The Little Humpbacked Horse"...a ballet at the Marisnky. It was absolutely stunning, I have never seen such amazing coordination on display before and the ballet was actually quite funny. Overall a great experience.
The upcoming week holds a 10 page essay on Gogol, 2 books to read, more cultural excursions, a hockey game, and (hopefully) a segway tour! Really starting to warm-up to St Petersburg, now if only the weather would follow suit!
... night. We decided to head to The Hermitage (Winter Palace housing a huge collection of 'acquired' artwork) together the following morning. What a coincidence that we were not only in the same hostel, but also in the same dorm room! I was pretty chuffed that I would have some company!!
So the following morning, at around 9.30am we headed for the winter palace. It was absolutely amazing! Even without all the art exhibitions, the building is stunning, outside and ...