- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... nice it was too. Evon has been looking after us in the restaurant for the last couple of nights or it could be because we've been generous with the tipping. Anyway we wanted a pics with him as he did with us but only this time the chief and the restaurant manager wanted to be in on the pics so it was a pretty big group photo in the end. Evon's manager wanted copies of the photos so I have emailed all 13 photos. Time to call it a night. Feeling pretty tied now. Spokoynoy ...
... and meeting our tour guide at 7am before heading off to Peterhof Palace via the city for a quick photoshop at St Isaac's Cathedral (we return here later on in the day to explore the inside). Peterhof Palace is an ornate palace that overlooks the Gulf of Finland, it is famous for it fountains that are operated by gravity (as opposed to electricity) featuring Samson prying open a lion's jaws as water cascades ...
... wonderful gallery of Rembrandts and Dutch and Flemish masters, together with French works that we could only glimpse and wish to return to. Luckily for us, the Chapel was open today and proved to be yet another masterpiece in white and gold. We wandered back through the galleries and priceless artworks to return to the bus and the ship. What an overload of beauty and OTT sumptuousness! We stopped at the gift shop on the English Embankment for some last ...
... the ambition of "no mistakes".
Beer-tasting at Baltika
Baltika, the largest brewing company in Russia, also opened their doors to let 32 curious and thirsty students learn more about brewing beer. It seemed however, those doors rather stayed closed according to our speaker's motivation. She did not seem to be very passionate about our visit, which made it challenging to keep listening to her presentation.
The brewery seemed like dead to me. We ...
... s collection includes over 400,000 artworks covering the complete history of Russian art, from 11th century icons to work by contemporary video artists. Unlike the Tretyakov Gallery, the Russian Museum continues to exhibit art from all periods in one space. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the Russian Museum has also become the curator of three of St. Petersburg's most significant historical buildings, giving the museum the opportunity to exhibit yet more of its ...