Taleon Imperial Hotel
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- Babysitting service
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... the restorations both here and in other similar historical places. During the war they removed many of their treasures from the palaces and museums and moved them to the Ural Mountains. The grounds of the palace are quite pleasant but not nearly as extensive as Peterhof. We had lunch today at a fun restaurant in Podvorie, it was a traditional Russian family style serving and the food was quite good including free shots of ice vodka and wine. Even though the place ...
Leaving the lush green forests of Central Europe I fly over Poland and the Baltics toward St Petersburg. With Bear Grylls inspiring me for life's pursuits (A Survival Guide for Life), I am excited for the adventure that awaits in Russia and life in general. My heart racing and my mind running wild, an overwhelming feeling of love tingles throughout my being. Relish the good times in life, bathe in them, it's beautiful. St Petersburg Wow, I'm always ...
... captured the best panorama of the palace as we walked back to the bus. We got back to the ship with just enough time to grab a quick bite to eat and a drink before we were back on the pier (through the thorough scanning of the Russian Immigration department yet again) to join Maria again to visit three Cathedrals. First we went to the imposing St Isaac's Cathedral with its massive gold dome which seems to be visible from all parts of the city. It sits across Isaakievskaya Pl, with ...
... spent more time with other colleagues and I discovered many nice and very interesting personalities. We have a great class and I am convinced that this trip improved our class cohesion. We spent a lot of time going out in the evening and enjoying each other's company.
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This study trip was very insightful and it widened my horizon. It was indeed culture and business orientated and I can ...
... The church was built between 1883 and 1907 and was officially called the Resurrection of Christ Church (a.k.a. The Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood). The construction of the church was almost entirely funded by the Imperial family and thousands of private donators. Both the interior and exterior of the church is decorated with incredibly detailed mosaics, designed and created by the most prominent Russian artists of the day (V.M. Vasnetsov, M.V. Nesterov and M.A. ...