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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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September 5 Friday Royal Princess (St Petersburg) A very smooth night to awake at 6 am at St Petersburg seeing 4 other cruise ships in port. Both of us felt like a sleep in rather than jump out to the early morning reminder call, do our laps, dress and ready for our room service breakfast tray at 6.20. We were ready for our full day tour of St P at 7 am (been a few days since we have seen this time). Meet at the muster lounge, Immigration clearance and on the bus by 8 am. ...
... dry land, we walked to St Isaac's Church – the largest Russian Orthodox Church in the city, and the one that has the dome that you can see from just about everywhere. The church is now a museum, and services aren't held there anymore. Very impressive interior, with lots of marble and detailed paintings. We could have climbed to the top for an extra fee, but decided against after all our walking yesterday.
Continued on to ...
... hopped into the van and our taxi ride began.
The taxi driver didn’t speak English so Pop was trying (without success) to explain where we wanted to go. Eventually Pop gave him the piece of paper with the directions on it so we set off driving beside the Nova river towards the boat station. Peter and I were holding on for dear life as the taxi driver seemed to be driving a little crazily or perhaps it was the other Russian drivers who didn’t ...
... to worry though; the sun was out and we were in St. Petersburg. :-) We walked along the famous Nevsky Prospekt and saw a statue and monument dedicated to Catherine II. We then went into a really posh and unusual delicatessen called Eleseevsky Store; I think it was Russia’s version of Fortnum and Mason. The building’s architecture and decor were ...
... juice, and I would have quite enjoyed a cider; random other people got wine. No-one ever took Ram's food order, and he had to go chasing after a waitress with a menu. The food, when it arrived, was also a bit random - I waited some 15 minutes after most other people got their mains, for example. And all with this standard Russian sigh when one asks for anything. "Oh, GOD!!! This bloody customer wants his FOOD!!! Oh, well, I suppose I'LL have to do it!" I will ...