Amulet Hotel On Morskaya
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... to Ayas because she was a absolute gem and she took very good care of us all. She clearly has good knowledge about Russia and she spoke very good English which made our lives easier. Micheal presented Ayas with a book on New Zealand, perfume and an envelope containing a thank you jester from all of us. Ayas was very grateful and shared some chocolates with us. We were a little early to checkin but we found our checkin and queued while we waited for it to ...
... to my entire life if only I could find a Russian patient and approachable enough to decipher it.
I try recruiting my waiter for the cause but the next fifteen minutes of complex descriptions for my order - a cappuccino - in varying patterns of speech, song and sign-language, leave me altogether wiped out and, using the newspaper to mop the sweat from my brow, I sit down to wait.
The café is underground, emitting a strange, ...
Last day of touring/sightseeing St Petersburg. Here's the schedule.
09:00 meeting at ship
09:00-13:00 guided tour ...
... a lot at the time, and not being able to work out the exchange rate quick enough, I panicked and declined the fare (turns out it was only $15) another bad decision. I made my way to the bus stop and jumped on the first bus I saw, not knowing where it was heading. Luckily the conductor spoke a little English and we managed to crowbar a conversation together. She told me which stop I needed to get off at and which train I ...
... park at Peterhof (also known as Petrodvorets) are often referred to as "the Russian Versaille", although many visitors conclude that the comparison does a disservice to the grandeur and scope of this majestic estate.
Versailles was, however, the inspiration for Peter the Great's desire to build an imperial palace in the suburbs of his new city and, after an aborted attempt at Strelna, Peterhof - which means "Peter's Court" in German - became the site for the ...