Alexander House Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... watch movies on AIDS for homework. He said that we shouldn’t be concerned about Ebola, but influenza within our floating bubble of a campus because it would spread so fast and be miserable. Merp.
On the Ebola subject… THEY CANCELED OUR TRIP TO GHANA AND SENEGAL. ******. I was pumped to go and meet the people and see the landscape and learn about a lot of the stuff we’ve talked about in classes so far. At least ...
... the two worlds of rich and poor. Talking about two different worlds, the next day we arrived in Helsinki, Finland. That was a complete turnaround from Russia.
... to the Hermitage for a second day of sightseeing (I mentioned it was massive, right?). This time, we made a beeline to some of the upstairs exhibition halls, one of which contained Peter the Great's throne. After a few more hours of taking in all the pompous artwork, armor, furniture, and other museum pieces, the burnou began to set in. We left the Hermitage and started our way back towards the hostel, stopping at Mikhailovsky Gardens to sit and relax for a short time. ...
... with the history of Russia but it is interesting and you have to concede they are a very proud lot. Peter the Great is the all time star (and Tsaz) along with Catherine II, apparently she had a son called Paul who was not so great. He got sorted out apparently.
The city is very much like Paris and Florence for newbies like us but BFF, Jane tells us most of the architects brought in ...
... So the city was named in a Northern European style and built up accordingly.
One of the main sights to see in the Fortress is the Peter and Paul Cathedral, with a golden spired belltower which is the highest point in the main downtown, and which is the resting place of the majority of the Romanov family. It is a lovely cathedral and the bells go off every 15 minutes. After touring the interior you can sit outside on benches and ...