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... knucklehead went for an early morning run, got very lost and the only landmark he recognised was this church and had to go back there a couple of times to get his bearings. God love him!
We also visited St Nicholas' and the famous St Isaac's Cathedral, the fourth biggest cathedral in the world behind St Peter's in Vatican City, St Paul's in London and St Bruce's in Florence (not really Bruce - not ...
... a peasant) who worked at a member of the court's house. In order to marry her, he had his first wife committed to a nunnery. His son with that first wife never forgave him and tried to unseat him on the throne, but did not succeed and instead died while being tortured. When Peter told his advisors that he wanted to commit his wife so he could marry a laundress, his advisors said "do you want to become like Henry the VIII?" This laundress would become Catherine I.
... in around 450 BC was witness to the Greek- Persian wars. He wrote: “War is sweet to those who have no experience of it. But the experiences man trembles exceedingly in his heart at its approach.” How true this is. If we look at today's state of the world the only person I can see plays with the thought of war is that “New kid on the block” in North Korea as he may be one of the few leaders in world who has not experienced any ...
... set to music!). The interior was more impressive with chandeliers, gilded gold ceilings and huge rooms - these guys knew how to decorate - and this was their "holiday house". After spending the morning, came back to the city via a hydrofoil (do people still use these?), and headed off to the Hermitage museum for more culture. Almost as impressive on the inside - because the museum is in what was the "winter ...
... English was quite relative. The
waitress, however, was very nice. We
told her she was cute but she had no idea what “cute” meant. We were all happy with the meal but a bit
surprised when we received the bill.
They charged us $8ea for 2 – 1/2liter bottles of water and several
hundred rubles for bread. The bread was
hot and delicious however. We learned a
few lessons on how they charge out their restaurant meals. Bed was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service