Renaissance St. Petersburg Baltic Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... in the Majolica Room, the Armorial Hall and the Pavilion Hall but it would take days to go through this palace.
From there we went to the Church Of The Spilt Blood. The colors and design of the building are spectacular.
We stopped for a lunch break at a Russian restaurant called Truffles (please don't expect the actual Russian name) for salad, soup and a mystery cutlet that turned out to be chicken. Interesting!
After lunch we saw Catherine's Palace and Park, one ...
... returning for lunch, Ross and I went our separate ways. Ross did a canal boat cruise to see the best of the city by water. I decided that yesterday was enough cold for me so I decided to check out the newly opened Faberge museum. It opened back in April and features 9 of the 50 Imperial Easter eggs and a few of the privately commissioned eggs as well. What a cool place. There is one Faberge egg in the ...
... We stopped at St Isaacs Cathedral which had the most amazing giant marble pillars on the outside (we didn't get the chance to go inside) and looked over the palace that Emperor Nicholas I had made for his wife and daughters. After stopping there for about 5 minutes, we headed to The Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood which is a classic Russian cathedral with the intricate domes, lots of gold and mosaics. It was the same Russian spire that we had seen yesterday on our short walk. ...
... makes Peterhof really famous and that is of course the fountains. Peter the Great drew up the plans for the entire estate himself and he wanted to be sure that the world knew that Russia could compete with anyone in the world including his good friends Louis the 16th and Marie Antoinette with their palace of Versailles. The fountains were beautiful and would be impressive by todays engineering standards but to think that they were created in the ...
... the ticket she was purchasing was for her grandmother who was waiting in the station. Then she walked out of my life forever. Jamie and I headed back the Hermitage for a second day. We exited the museum around 5, had some dinner, then picked up our bag at the hostel and headed to the train station. We boarded the train and found our third class bunks on the aisle. This was a Firmenny train which is the nicer train type in the Russian fleet. The train ...