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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to see sunshine and not be cast in the shadows. After the cruise it was a wee walk to Nevskly Prospekt (main drag in St Petersburg) then onto the public bus because we needed to be at the other end of the street for The State Hermitage Museum. The bus ride was interesting and the lady we paid did not speak any English. A couple of people within the group managed to get a free bus ride and they will remain nameless. We arrived at The State Hermitage Museum to first walk ...
... Chessboard Cascade where a group of musicians were just starting to perform, the trick fountains that Peter devised to catch his guests by surprise and the Adam and Eve Fountains. We arrived at a bridge over the canal leading down to the Gulf of Finland, where we had a view back to the Grand Palace and the golden statues and fountains of the Great Cascade, dominated by the Samson Fountain in the Scoop Basin. After watching and photographing the display for a ...
... br> We caught the Hydrofoil back to St Petersburg, it was about a 30minute ride. That was interesting, mostly when we docked as they tied it to another. To get off we walked out of ours through another, then through another again before we got off.
Then we went to the Church of the Spilt Blood …… That church was an impressive sight…gold everywhere, inside and out. Some of the paintings inside had gold on them and positioned so that ...
... and our guide is Katia.
Tour itineraries in St. Petersburg are very fluid because of large events/rallies, museum closings, and crowds. Day 1 was spent in the city center visiting the main street, Nevsky Prospekt, Kazan Cathedral, Aleksandrinsky Drama Theater, The Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood, Russian Museum, and St. Isaac’s Cathedral.
While taking a stroll along Nevsky Prospekt you cannot fail to notice the impressive Cathedral of Our Lady ...
... left Harold dormant, as mode of transport has ventured now toward ferries, and sleeping arrangements ranging from 4 star hotels to the floor of the ferry (last night). It all began in Helsinki-
Helsinki – Helsinki provided us with the now all too familiar charm of Scandinavian cities. Minus the price tag of Norway (and in the much more wallet friendly Euro) and plus the beaches that scatter its coast. Our first afternoon was leisurely spent by one of ...