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This place is great. It is clean and fairly quiet. The staff are very helpful and the place is fairly central. It is MUCH better than Godzillas in Moscow
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... to show stamped documents from all of the hotels where we will be staying. I picture someone in a small room, flickering florescent light overhead, walls painted a suitably institutional colour, pretending to keeping track of the great hordes of slumbering invaders.
We did the visa dance, but had no time to prep the what to do and how to get to it once we arrived, except...(cue the kids laughter) ...
... looking over, but he was disgusted with himself when he realized he was also perving on Hermaphrodite!! (See photos). We spent most of the day in the Hermitage and still didn't see everything. Luckily we have a two day pass! We met the people from our tour on Saturday night. Would you believe it, they are all Aussies!! In fact, there were multiple connections! One woman went to school with ex-persecutor come barrister Janine Gleeson, ...
... place is nothing short of incredible. I mean really.
This place has everything from Masterpieces to Mummies but with only a few hours to go through it all I had to walk at a very brisk pace. I was walking past million dollar paintings and sculptures thinking to myself "oh that looks familiar. I've seen that one somewhere before". It was both breathtaking and insane at the same time. And both the Gold and Diamond rooms were simply stunning! But they ...
... the Hermitage. At last, tick one off the top 100! The museum/palace was pretty grand and has, they say, 3,000,000 pieces including a massive catalogue of art, which we whizzed through in a couple of hours, about right for us. We then headed down Nevsky Prospekt which is a bit like a wide Oxford Street, and towards the Church of Spilled Blood which was full of a spectacular set of mosaics. We learned a bit more about the revolution and life ...
... ok, so the the operator was American but still).
We were met by two very pleasant young ladies and one surly driver who spoke not a lick of English. Arina and Tatiana were warm and welcoming and we were in the car in a minute with Arina following us to the hotel. She was to be our guide for the next two days and Tatiana on our last day. In a matter of minutes, we were at the Hotel Tradition, in a more residential area on the ...