Nevsky Inn 1 Bed And Breakfast
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... the 1700's.
And I thought the winter palace was good.
Was i in for another surprise ?
I arrived at 10.45am, just in time for the switching on of the fountains (which is done to music).
The gardens spread out as far as the eye can see right along the Baltic shoreline (where jet foils now and again spoil the tranquility transporting people in from St Petersburg).
There were fountains everywhere and all different ...
... a conversation with a live Russian at the consulate. What were our alternatives to all these specific requirements?
No answer to my first email. No answer to my second email. It was now the 1st of March and more emails and telephone messages went unanswered. Then history raised its head and Russia "annexed" Crimea. Maybe everyone left the San Francisco office to go to Crimea? We never did ...
... theatres and movie houses, the city’s National Public Library and numerous cafes, restaurants and nightclubs. It is also the main shopping area with many well-known stores and high end boutiques.
Stopping at St Isaacs Cathedral, the world’s largest domed cathedral we had another photo opportunity of its immense gold cupola. Our final stop was in the street area surrounding the beautiful Spilled Blood Church. This ...
... anxious; every warns you about going to Russia because it can be dangerous! Once we got through 'boarder control' we jumped back on the bus (yes, the same bus... It came with us) and got a tour around the major sights of the city. It was beautiful! St. Petersburg is stunning! I have honestly never seen such amazing architecture! I have never actually been to Europe (yet), so I can't really compare it to much, but I was blown away!
We had crepes and frozen yoghurt for ...
... anything and just need to exit. The problem with the Hermitage was...where is the exit? With 1200 rooms, all zig zagging and winding throughout the structure a sense of panic sunk in as I realized it would take me at least 30 minutes to exit the building. An hour later fortunately, a relieved and still alive Ryan was eating Russian crepes and all was good.
That night we visited the Church of Spilled Blood. It was incredible to see the inside of the ...