- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... are amazing. Everything here is more beautiful then Moscow. Segway in Alwksandrovsky Sad Park- was so much fun. I have never Segway'd before and I've never had this much fun rolling around the park. 15 mins felt like a lifetime. Hermitage Museum is massive and beautiful. We spend hours here and only manage to explore 3 levels of one wing. The photos don't do anything justice. Food Drink- Coyote ...
... with magnificent mosaics, over 7,500 sq meters and has more mosaics than any other church in the world. The artisans used a common background of blue smalti (tiles) which helped with unifying the design but also with allowing many artisans to work efficiently.
During the Russian Revolution of 1917, the interior of the church was badly damaged and it was closed in the 1930s when the ...
... our way back we caught a cab, so half of our trip was cut to a shorter travel time! Perfect, and the driver didn't drive like a maniac, bonus!!! As we got off our bus that dropped us off by the metro, no one said thank you to the driver. I found that very odd but wasn't surprised. As I exited the bus I yelled Spasibo! To which the driver responded, pozaliysta ( you are welcome ) Wow! I didn't think he would respond (as drivers don't really ever speak ...
... PALACE AND FOUNTAINS
Our shore excursion this morning took us to Peterhof is the grandest of all palaces. Its gardens are spread over 1500 acres containing 37 gold statues 3 waterfalls and 64 fountains
Peterhof is located 22 miles west of St Petersburg on the Gulf of Finland. Built in 1723 it was the summer palace for Peter the Great, it was intended to rival Versailles. The famous palace and park with fountains are included in UNESCO catalogue of the ...
... was not painted as I initially had expected but rather mosiac'ed (is that a verb?) and was pieced together by these giant murals. It was both stunning and beautiful and I had never seen anything like it. On the topic of art, as we were leaving we walked through a grouping of stalls and found the Rembrandt of modern day Russia. His name? Igor. I bought this sweet painting off of him for $45 USD that will definitely be going up in my apartment one day (no mom and dad ...