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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Our first stop was at a beautiful synagogue where were given a tour and treated to a song by the cantor. He was fabulous! Then we were bused to the Catherine Palace. It was over the top beautiful! Lunch was at an interesting local place with entertainment. When we returned to town we walked to the Church of the Spilled Blood. We ate a light dinner at the ...
... and always will be, a Tsar town. It was founded by the first Tsar, Peter the Great, and although largely imitative of the great European capitals of that time, it quickly grew into a magnificent, palace-filled city that had earned a spot at the dining room table.
With our fellow Blue Groupies, we saw all of the major sites including the renovated Peter & Paul Fortress and Cathedral, the renovated ...
... one mistake at the end expecting to be able to exit by the last fountain we find we have to double back to the church so are 10 minutes late! We take the walk of shame down to the back of the coach to our seats! We then return to the city centre to see some more sights stopping at St Christopher's church, I'm allowed in but Mo not as he is wearing shorts! The access is limited as this is a functioning RO church and ...
... our lunch and listening to the interesting stories of uncle Emin about the recent Russian history and people who suffered due to the revolution. It was time to go back to the city center and meet the rest of the group. On our way we passed next to the St. Petersburg Mosque. The mosque was founded in 1910 and patterned by the architect Nikolai Vasliyev. Unfortunately the mosque was closed due to a renovation so we could only view it from outside. We met the group who found a ...
... but not very well as it was pretty noisy with a lot of light sneaking through the curtains. We were abruptly woken by the hostess at 7:00am with a breakfast that was not overly flash & hard to eat with out spilling everything in the cramped conditions.
Our hotel the Ibis was only five minutes walk from the train station & as the room ...