Renaissance St. Petersburg Baltic Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... 8217;d put generous tips into envelopes labelled with their names in Russian, and a note on Julia’s that said thank you so much for a wonderful tour. She was mightily impressed at johns Russian, even when He admitted it was www translating. We ran into Neil and Ann in the terminal and compared st Petersburg stories. We'd all had a great time packed into three very busy days. Before heading off to our cabins we made plans to meet up for dinner in the Pizza restaurant for ...
... jewellery dated back to 4th & 3rd century BC. Which have been found in coffins. After a delicious 4 course lunch (more calories) in a beautiful hotel we drove to Peterof gardens where they have hundreds of fountains. I think possibly we may have been there in July of 1978 as it looked vaguely familiar. In the (small) house they had a sauna / steam room & bath tub & ...
... him as a tip but the ATM only spat out 1000 rouble notes, which is about A$30. Sarina and I up with Barbara and Alex at the Hotel Mark Inn, which is in a nice quiet location opposite the Leningrad Zoo and park. We are a bit buggered from the travelling but managed to get a drink at the local bar and then a sort of Russian dim sum meal ...
... main garrison for Peter the Great's troops to protect the harbour from marauding Europeans. More beautiful European style architecture here, of which Peter was a big fan of. We both love a good prison so we took a stroll through the Trubetskoy Prison and learned about the Bolshevik revolutionaries and the Tsar's senior men, post revolution, who were sent there. The Red Terror was talked about, essentially the army's hit squad sent out to ...
... so the rain water collects at the bottom, until a truck drives through it that is....it's like being hit by a fire hose every time one went passed, that combined with the already poor visibility made riding quite hairy. Now if you add the Russian driving to the mix you'll understand why I was scared for my life on a couple of occasions. There is no such thing as a gap in traffic in Russia, it's just space for a Russian to put his vehicle into regardless of the size of the ...