- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... a conversation with a live Russian at the consulate. What were our alternatives to all these specific requirements?
No answer to my first email. No answer to my second email. It was now the 1st of March and more emails and telephone messages went unanswered. Then history raised its head and Russia "annexed" Crimea. Maybe everyone left the San Francisco office to go to Crimea? We never did ...
Winter Palace today, we walked 2 miles down Nevsky Prospect to get there and 2 miles back, feet hurt ouch. Amazing sites on the way especially the Church of Our Saviour of Spilled Blood built on the spot where Alexander 2nd was assassinated in 1881 (see photos ) Massive queues to get into the Palace and the Hermitage so we thought we were being very clever and bought tickets ...
For St. Petersburg we had booked the two-day tour offered by the cruise line. We normally prefer to do our own thing, but in this case we would have had to go through the not-so-simple process and expense of obtaining our own Russian visas, whereas with the cruise line's shore excursions that wasn’t necessary.
Before we disembarked early this morning, the cruise director told us to see if we could make the Russian passport control officers smile. ...
... and return without a fender bender or complete side of their car scrape I've no idea. Crossing the street in turn feels like a game of froggy. 4. Weddings Weddings Weddings. Each day we've seen at least 20 brides some of whom we bump into more than once during the day. Sounds strange yes but after looking up on trusty wiki we understood why - "A traditional Russian wedding lasts for at least two days and some weddings last as long as a week. Following the civil ceremony, ...
... to the Winter Palace where the crown jewels are kept, which is huge and painted in pale green and gold. We could see the huge Peter and Paul fortress on the other side of the river but it is apparently closed on Monday's so we couldn't go in. After a huge day of walking we wandered back to the hostel to have a break and cook some dinner. We ended ...