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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... against the excesses of their royal overlords in the early 20th century.
Backpacks and coats were supposed to be left at a coat check area near the entrance. But just like our guide had predicted, the coat check ladies exercised a lot of their own discretion, and they let me keep my jacket and fanny pack.
Everyone was required to wear disposable shoe covers, to prevent damage to the wood floors.
... we stepped back in time to view many of the buildings from the bygone era including the world-renown Hermitage and Winter Palace.
On the second day we ventured out into the countryside to visit Russia's answer to Versailles ... Catherine's Palace and then onto its 'poor' cousin .. Peterhof.
We became overwhelmed and saturated with the grandeur of it all. While it was extremely interesting and a once in a life-time experience it certainly ...
We arrived in St. Petersburg bright and early in the morning (6 AM). After a western breakfast and coffee, people had a shower at the hotel and then it was off to the Hermitage. As the cold, crisp morning air bit into us, we took some pictures outside. We then went inside and explored ...
... their bodies were burnt, put in acid and dumped a mine shaft. After excavations in the 90s uncovered the Romwnovs, it was decided to inter them with their ancestors. Also buried with them were their servants who stayed with the family to the end. I have to say I was not prepared for how emotional seeing their graves was. It was quite moving.
Next up I went to see the museum housed in the commandants quarters. This museum covers the history ...
... Moin!" from me. We had a great time chatting with a great bunch of people and it was also great to meet a group of people who we could converse with. Message from Nick – who MJ could talk to.
Anyway, according to the website for the St Petersburg Camping. The railway station was very close to the camp ground, thankfully they were right in relation to this, we were only about 15 minutes walk from the train station. But when ...