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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a much beloved author and poet according to Luba. The Amber Room is amazing and I don’t think I’ll every see more gold leaf in one palace ever again. What is truly amazing is that this entire palace was looted and then burned by the Nazi’s into total destruction. It is now a work of art; a good majority of the restoration has been completed with more always on the go. You really need to look at my photographs to get a feel at ...
I don't know how to get rid of the St. Petersburg title. We are now a fair distance from St. Petersburg, having sailed for 2 days. This morning we visited the small island, named Kizhi (KeeGee), which is a Unesco World Heritage Site. It is a small but interesting outdoor museum with an idyllic setting. Strangely, it is thought to be an ancient centre of pagan celebrations, but is now a site for preservation of a most unique wooden Orthodox Church with 23 ...
... stop here and the most affordable latte option was $8 Aud. Given the price, we decided to share a large between us. We now understand why Russians choose vodka before coffee. Vodka is literally everywhere and affordable whereas coffee is not only difficult to get but you almost have to sell your kidney to afford one. Our second church visit was at one of the historical buildings along Nevsky Prospekt called Our Lady of Kazan Cathedral. This is the main Orthodox Church in ...
... d been asked if I’d seen the bendy bus toilets yesterday and hadn’t a clue what was meant until I see them here today. Basically, a bus converted to toilets.
I return my audio guide and before I’ve even arrived at the counter she’s saying “Ah, nr 8” and hands me my National ID card back.
Stop for lunch enroute to the Aurora cruiser. Am told it will be “3-2 minutes”. Does that mean half an hour or 2 to ...
We started early this morning on a city tour with our tour guide Julia. She took us to all different parts of St Petersburg. We saw so much I don't remember all the details. So much history! We learnt that St Petersburg became the capital after it was founded. Moscow was originally the capital and is a much older city (founded early 12th century). St Petersburg later became known as Leningrad and then St Petersburg again ...