Renaissance St. Petersburg Baltic Hotel
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... those hats that are far too big for them). St Petes might have been a very regal and noble city but I kept getting the sense that I was in a really nice looking Walmart store just before Xmas. We started out our St Petes experience thinking that we would need to come back just to wander many of the streets we had driven past, but by the end of our stay we had decided that four days was probably enough.
With the increasing belligerence of Russia which has ...
... look. Russian Sable, of course, is famous for being the most luxurious but I already have plenty and didn’t find anything new that I don’t already have. It was really hot and humid today. Most definitely the hottest day I’ve had this summer so far. Before heading back to the ship, we stopped at a restaurant for lunch and I had some Beef Stroganoff. It was really good, but not as good as my dad’s Venison Stroganoff. I came back to the ship with plenty of time ...
... find any. We ended sharing a sandwich at a cafe just before it closed and I bought lovely Cath some lovely malachite earrings as a remembrance of St Petersburg, the Hermitage and Russia. We stopped on Nevsky Prospekt at a Russian restaurant where I had solyanka, the traditional meat soup and Cath had beef stroganoff. Another aspect of Russia that we were aware of even before we arrived was that it is expensive. Food and accommodation ...
... of the place. We had to put on over plastic shoes and no interior pictures were allowed. Only the VERY best in materials (gold, silver, wood, plaster etc.) together with the top craftsmen would suffice. The result is sheer amazement from the parquet floors, through the carved plaster walls to the breathtaking ceilings and associated chandeliers. And in between the furniture and pottery. Sheer decadence - no ...
... the Great's growing art collection and expanded over many years to become one of the largest art collections in the world. We were interested in seeing the paintings and so on, but more interested in the rooms and corridors themselves. The intricate parquet floors and the exquisite plaster and painted mouldings on the ceilings captured our attention more than anything else. We spent a few hours taking in ...