Sonata Hotel at Gorohovaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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... initial stressy first day successfully behind us we now planned to work our way through the other things to see. During our stay we walked down the approximately 4.5 km long Nevsky Prospect, a main street running through St Petersburg from the Admiralty to Nevski Monastery, full of shops, cafes and restaurants, the tower of the former Duma building, churches such as the Armenian Church and cathedrals. The street is full of various architecture styles from the baroque Stroganov ...
... bit and to pop into the fancy 'Art Nouveau' grocery store that Viktoria raved about. I found some macaroons, like the ones we’d had in Paris, and couldn’t resist buying a box with the plan to share them with John, Lorie, Doug and Carrie, but once I got them out of the store I realized there were only 5 in the box, so Cathy and I were forced to eat the lot ourselves (as it turned out, a fortunate decision, because by the time we ...
... apps, charades and body language and checked in..the walk to the rooms, was via another series of electronic controlled gates. The rooms were clean and neat and comfy.....everything we needed We went to get something to eat.. It was near 11pm now. The issue was we had no Rubles, only Euro, so we started off on a hunt for a bank. St Petersburg is lovely.. It is huge!!! It reminded me of my time in Japan a few years ago, where everything ...