Staybridge Suites St. Petersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- TV RTR Planeta Russia
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... housing a green and yellow budgie. I tried to explain to the young russian that the bird was native to Australia, but it was lost in translation..
We made our way to the Hermitage Museum and joined the line. It took about 45 minutes or so to get in which I would suggest was a good timing, given it was packed with people. I was told by a wise russian friend that if you spent 5 seconds looking at every piece, you would ...
... ideal opportunity for them to re-ignite their passion for train travel.
Excitedly we hopped on board and into the first class cabin. Peter and I liked this lovely new train so we settled in to enjoy the ride. We had no sooner commenced our journey when a lovely lady with a trolley arrived offering drinks and lunch to Nan, Pop and Aunt Sal. They were very happy travellers as they dined while we sped through the countryside at 220 kilometres per hour ...
... again. Then we finished the evening off in the Lido Lounge where “Serendipity” and Pat Shannon (who we’d nicknamed Shat Pannon) were performing. It was a late finish once again, after 1.00am (we weren’t tired because of our mega-nap earlier!). However, we had to put our clocks back one hour, so we’d have a bit of a lie-in in the morning anyway. ...
... br> After our walk we all decided to have lunch and a nice beer, which seemed to carry on flowing after our return to St Petersburg. After hours of sipping some of Russia's finest we headed for the station for our first train journey of our trip.We had been told that this particular train was the nicest of them all and I can see why. It was a lot nicer than anyone expected which actually filled me with confidence for what to expect from the others trains still to ...
... for some wonderful photo opportunities. Our guide Olga was very knowledgable about the history of St Petersburg and had excellent English skills, so we are now quite well versed in Russian history(there were many Peters and Nicholases and they were all great!)
The city was extremely well designed by Peter the Great who was a visionary and no one is allowed to mess with the old ...