Belveder Nevsky Business Hotel
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... was our schedule for day 1.
0900 meeting at the ship
0900-10:00 drive to Petergof
10:00-11:00 guides tour of the Grant Palace
11:00-12:30 a stroll along the Fountain Park
12:30-13:00 hydrofoil back to the city
13:00-14:00 Russian lunch
14:00-14:30 guided tour of the Church of the Spilt Blood
14:30-16:30 guided tour of the Faberge museum
17:00 return to the ship
... a few minutes a maid appeared in the room and started to build the two beds into one and rearranged the bedding. Michi, ever the gent, started to help her. I couldn’t see, but Michi explained that as soon as he went to help, she slapped him on the back of the hand and pointed to the corner of the room as if to say you are not helping, but she did it with a smile. Michi said it was just hilarious. By the time I got out of the shower it was all resolved, one double bed at no ...
... 100 years, and each extending the palace or fountains in an attempt to make it more oppulent than it had previously been. The palace is referred to as the Russian Versailles and was almost entirely destroyed during WWll, but has since been rebuilt identically. Before goingto Peterhof, we popped down for a last look at the river Neva, which has gone from free flowing to frozen in the week we have been here.
... officially founded, and the church was consecrated on April 1, 1704. In 1712, the current, stone Peter and Paul Cathedral started to be built, to a design by Domenico Trezzini. This one took slightly longer to build - 20 years, in fact - and was consecrated on June 29, 1733.
The Peter and Paul Cathedral marked a radical departure from traditional Orthodox churches, being built in early Baroque style. Its rectangular shape, bell-tower, and landmark needle are all ...
... a Celebrity ship was given first access to the wall so we had to wait out in the bay) we were one of the lucky ones to get off the Eurodam early with the side benefit being a much shorter customs lineup. Even though we might have been twenty-fifth line it must of took us at least 45 minutes or so to edge our way up to the big red line on the floor. Who knew when the guys at the other end of the line actually got to the line as each person had ...