Sonata Hotel at Gorohovaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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... when they moved in. They've been hosting students for dinner and more recently visitors like us for a long time, and their apartment was filled with knick-knacks that had been given to them, as well as the souvenirs that they had collected themselves. We gave them a tea towel embroidered with the outline of the state of Texas and a blue bonnet. I had heard that the Russian women longed for western beauty products, so I asked ...
... eat lunch/dinner and get ready for our evening ballet performance. We drove back to the city center to enjoy a performance of Giselle. It was very good, it was nice to be able to attend a performance with the locals as well. Only 2 days left, we're definitely going to make the most of them! Tomorrow is Catherine's Palace and a city tour. It's going to be so hard to leave (maybe literally, thanks Lufthansa...). Until tomorrow- ...
... been more of a contrast - the opulence of the cathedral and then the bareness of the prison rooms. They were, however, surprisingly large, but that doesn't help when you totally isolated in them! Sarina and Linley arrived soon after we returned and we went up to their rooms, which were next to ours. And Sarina's room was half again the size of the room they had assigned to Alex and I. Needless to say, Sarina now has our old room! Poor ...
... had about something bad that was about to happen, and she was right each time. Leanna said that when she was a little girl, her bedroom in that house in St Louis was on the third floor and she woke up one night, paralyzed with fear when she saw a shadow with red eyes lying in bed next to her, staring at her. When her dad went in to check, he was nearly knocked over by a gust of wind coming out of the room. She hasn’t been back in that room since, but strange things still happen, ...
... high ceiling. I'm not articulate enough to describe its full beauty but fortunately I took loads of pictures, so please just look at the pictures. I was in the museum for a good 3 hours before I decided that I had seen everything. That place is humongous and if you like art you have to visit. I'm no arty type but even I can appreciate some of Monet's water colour works. By the time I had finished at the Hermitage it was nearing 6 and everything ...