- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of the action but it offered a free shuttle that operated all day, dropping people off and picking them up at designated areas and times throughout downtown. It was hugely convenient and we took advantage of it each day. St. Isaacs Cathedral was our daily drop-off point, so we'll start there and describe Darlene's three favorite religious sites.
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... and a rabbit came out to greet the guests. He was wearing checkered overalls, coincidentally a little girl that came to see the show was wearing the very same pattern and color of dress as the rabbit. He pointed at her in aw, everyone laughed. We were all then escorted inside... Never have I been or dreamed of such a theater!! Pillows covered the floor and window sills, hundreds. A huge tea table was set up amongst them. We were told we could take ...
After a late night, this morning we had a leisurely breakfast and relaxed before heading out again after lunch.
Going through Russian immigration once more we joined our afternoon Panoramic St Petersburg bus excursion. The weather was still overcast but luckily we had no rain at our city stops. We drove past the extensive Winter Palace, Peter and Paul Fortress and stopped briefly at the Cruiser Aurora ...
... tour of our surroundings at 11 PM before bed (we had been up since 6 AM with a 4 hour time difference). It was on this walk that I realized not only my winter coat I had packed, but my entire wardrobe of warm clothes would not only be inadequate but would probably lead to my imminent transformation into pure ice....the human body is 80% water and it was freeeezing.
The next day, we awoke to a guided tour of Nevsky Prospekt, the most famous street in ...
... also happily drive through red lights and park wherever you can fit your car. Apparently the Russian government tried to bring in paid parking but the people rejected it and simply continued to park where they liked.
They don't really expect you to make a wrong turn, because if you do need to turn around you will need to drive about 10kms before you will get a chance.
Finally in St Petersburg, we managed to navigate the streets and find ...