Taleon Imperial Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... halt near a row of similarly dilapidated mini-buses and pointed to another one with K545 in the window. This one also had signs saying 'Catherine Palace' and 'Amber Room'. Once on board the driver accepted our 70 roubles and we settle down for the 30 minute drive through the St Petersburg suburbs. Whilst the journey proved more troublesome than just following a guide in a group of other English-speakers, it somehow felt more real to be travelling there under our ...
... Russia's main church. Then it was only natural to use the world's largest church model. Kazan Cathedral was St. Petersburg's cathedral from 1811 to 1858, when Isaac's Cathedral was completed.
The cathedral was closed by the Communists in 1929, and from 1932 it contained a "museum of religion and atheism. This "museum" was very ideologically marked, and consisted mostly of ridicule of all religion. Today ...
Apple or strawberry toilet paper? A decision I never envisioned making in my life. Deciding that both the scents and colors were a bit extreme, we settled for camomile. 1st toilet paper purchase was a success. Now to find the pillow store, since we arrive to only one pillow and two beds. But that we saved for another day. Today we ( grandpa, sister and I ) went to the center ( downtown) and spent ...
... A much anticipated shore excursion for Jan was an evening at the Russian Ballet.
St. Petersburg is world renowned as one of the major centres for the arts and the ballet in particular. After an early dinner she joined the bus journey into St Petersburg’s ‘Aurora Palace’ Theatre. The theatre has a beautiful view over the Neva River and the interior is lavishly decorated and relatively intimate. The Saint Petersburg Russian Ballet performed ‘Swan ...
... or behind after you enter the grounds) makes up for it, fully decorated in shiny gold.
We arrive about 10am to wander through the well sculpted upper gardens briefly before heading into in where a musical ceremony and fountain show kicks off the day. Groups of tourists and students (young children wearing bright yellow caps) surround the main display, eagerly waiting. We hear a few notes and some water trickles out of one spout, teasingly a few minutes before the music ...