3MostA Boutique Hotel
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... more perfect tuning. I bought their CD immediately. All the songs are listed in Russian but they are all a cappella and I can’t wait to listen to them.
Next to the Red Square was the most attractive shopping mall I have ever seen. It was so upscale, I felt like I was on an indoor version of Worth Avenue in Palm Beach. The walkways were so crowded with colorful flowerbeds that it was almost difficult finding floor space on which to walk around. In the center was a ...
... to go through Belarus. In the next 10 minutes a mad rush of events took place which set me on course down a rather dodgy path. The conductor had a bit of a barney with a co-worker to discuss what to do. I don't understand any Russian but I think the gist of the conversation was one of them saying 'we can't let him on he doesn't have a visa' and the other saying 'he doesn't need one, it will be ok just let him on and will get ...
... I still prefer the Church of the Spilled Blood. As well as the church, I bought a ticket for the colannade. 262 steps and you get a panoramic view of the city from 43 metres up.
After climbing back down from the heights of the cathedral, I went in search of my favourite Russian author, Fyodor Dostoyevsky. He lived in over 20 flats in the city. One is rigtht next to St Isaacs. But the one I went in search of was the one he wrote most of Crime and Punishment in and is where ...
What a country!
We really had no idea what to expect in
St. Petersburg; but, we were certainly pleasantly surprised. For
Marley, it was like she was reliving her last year of history; but,
this time in 3D on the actual grounds in which it took place. It's
impossible to describe for you here all that we saw and experienced;
but, we'll try to do the highlights justice. We began our visit with
a professional guide who is also a ...
... at ours she had a grim look on her face and called her superior. He could not speak English and we have no Russian but with the help of Tomas we were to discover that we had overstayed our visa (by a mere 2 hours!) and we would need to pay a fine and apply for a transit visa before we could leave the country. Instead of doing it on the spot, we needed to pack up all our things and get off the train in the middle of the night. Tomas apologized and reminded ...