Club Hotel Agni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... It took 3 decades to complete. Then to finish our day a tour through Yusupov Palace where lots of quarrels occurred between the Yusupov and the Romonivs where power changed, the usual were killed, the men had muses and several wives and lots of children. The names were a little different now Ivan, Catherine, Paul, Nicholas, Alexi just to name a few! Arrived back at the ship at 5 pm very exhausted so an early dinner and bed for a movie for same again tomorrow. Sent from my ...
... without too much trouble, but as we were early, sat and waited, and reviewed our few days in St Petersburg, which we'll remember for its palaces, grand buildings and museums,cathedrals and churches, hot dog stands (yes, we had hot logs for lunch most days...) its canals and its amazng subways. A very enjoyable few days.
About to board and start our next adventure. Big question – who will be sharing our compartment with?????
... met the other twenty three English speaking people on board and also met our guide, Olga who was a lovely young girl who spoke four different languages. The passengers on the Lev Tolstoy were divided into four groups our English speaking group, plus a Russian group, a Spanish group and a French group. Each group had their own guide to explain in their own language what we were seeing when on tour.
When we boarded the boat we were given a table number for ...
... and sat on their terrace and enjoyed a cold Russian beer each. I wanted to have a ‘Baltika’ beer (their own well-known brand) but the bar didn’t sell that type, and as we can’t read the Cyrillic alphabet I don’t actually know what the beer was called, but it was very nice.
We then rejoined our bus for the return journey ...
... places to be and things to do than dealing with YOU and your petty little wants, but I suppose I'll see what I can do. If I must."
We had such a good view of the Hermitage in the low light as we ate, so I was constantly aware of what the light was doing. At 10:10pm, I thought the sun was just about to go down and yet it hung around on the horizon until just before 11pm, and then of course, stays twilight for another 90 minutes or so. It's quite ...