- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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... ship. We were all hungry since it was after 1:00, so we paid the Trident Grill another visit for a burger and a hot dog. Since we had had such a busy day and late night, we spent the rest of the afternoon watching a movie on our tv (Wild) and took a nap. After dinner, we went to the Princess Theater and saw a magician, Michael Barron. He was amazing! We ride bikes tomorrow in Helsinki, praying for a nice weather ...
... is just stunning. You really have to see it for yourself. It's huge and ornate. The State Hermitage consists of five linked buildings along the waterfront but most of what you see is in the green and white Winter Palace. It has over a thousand rooms. The art collection was largely collected by Catherine the Great and added to by Nicholas I. There are over three million pieces in the collection, with only some of ...
... attendant to put together a package of the Bulgari toiletries that Oceania stocks in the cabins. Lydia was really thrilled when she opened the bag! She had made small Russian dolls from fabric scraps for each of the ladies, which were really cute.
We ate in the main room, which was the living room, dining room and bedroom. Not much room to spare with seven of us in there! Lydia served borscht (made by Oleg!), which ...
... museum is located. I headed south from St Isaacs, following the map in my lonely planet guide (looking like a total tourist). I soon found Kuznechny Ulitsa (Street) and found the flat. The area hasn't changed all that much. I didn't go into the museum because apart from the fact it was closed, hardly anything in the flat is his original belongings.
*SPOILER ALERT FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO READ "CRIME AND PUNISHMENT"*
Dostoyevsky set Crime and Punishment in ...
... he got hauled off in short order.
We went to worship at the church of Christ Neva. They were nice enough to provide translators most of the time and also to sing a couple of songs alternating verses in Russian and English. They had a group of four interns starting work in St Petersburg. They had been in Moscow for 4 weeks and were now in St Petersburg to work with the local congregations for 2 more weeks before returning home. ...