Club Hotel Agni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the owners introduced themselves. We had a blast talking to the two owners who called themselves the "Finnish American Pickers" because they go to the US to buy our antiques and retro rock stuff.
They look like they're made of money and buy all the toys they can find. One of the owners also makes sets and restaurant layouts and there was a section of retro furniture. Very cool, but we had a ferry to catch and hated to leave so early.
... hotel receptionist, the first thing that I would naturally do is smile. Smiling is such an important thing to me as it shows me someone is friendly and approachable. Russians do not smile at strangers. To them smiling at a stranger is a very weird thing to do and they also think it is very hypocritical. Apparently Russians are very direct and pride themselves on their straight talking honesty. Smiling at a stranger to them is a fake thing to do and I read ...
... lot of animals in their art, both real and imaginary. The curving lines of the beasts are beautiful to behold, even when they're being torn apart by lions or wolves.
I then moved on to the Siberian exhibit rooms. Again the preservation was amazing. Hooray for permafrost! On display is a natural mummy of a chieftain. He was about 55 when he died and had amazingly good teeth, but obviously suffered from very bad arthritis of the knees. His body was covered in tattoos, ...
... Also enjoyed a great cake here with our cup of tea.
From ERARTA, we decided to TRAM it back to the Metro. Mid journey, we decided to go across to the Peter and Paul Fortress as it was such a nice day and confidence was high on the Metro.
As we walked across the bridge to the main gate, the riverside area was full of locals sunning themselves on the grassy banks of the Neva. First stop was the beautiful cathedral ...
... easy to see the similarities to other diesel submarines I had been on. I had a good look around, took many photos and then began my walk back to the centre of St Petersburg.
Coming across St Isaacs again I decided to take in a view from the platform around the dome. Climbing 100 plus stairs I was rewarded with great panoramic views over the city, and a closer view of scaffolding on the Cathedral.
From St Isaacs I headed to the Church of ...