Alexander House Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlexander House Guest House St. Petersburg
Cosy guest house that provides an island in the big city of St,. Petersburg. Very nicely located at one of the many canals in a quiet part of the city
Very convenient for visiting the Marinksy Theater 1 & 2
Good kitchen and nice rooms - each of them individual
Pretty garden with places to sit and relax
Extremely friendly and helpful staff with caring attitude
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We had a sleep in today. 9:00 am which is late for us but we didn't need to rush because our bus to the airport was leaving till 12:30 pm. Our flight to Prague is at 3:45 pm. It was time to catch up on the blog. David had reviewed the last 5 days so it was time for me to complete the final review and publish our events of St Petersburg of the last 3 days. We were packed and completed breakfast by 11:20 am so we decided to checkout and take our position on the ...
A ship...shiiiiip!" I use my innate hand-gesturing abilities to demonstrate a ship bobbing along in the ocean and make a remarkably realistic series of fish impersonations, loosely modelled on Finding Nemo and Gepetto in Monstro's stomach. Lacking something of an attention span however, my companion has reverted to jabbing random pages of his newspaper and flashing me his last remaining teeth.
Insects have begun a steady pilgrimage to ...
... of Finance office buildings. Christmas dinner was celebrated at The Grand Hotel Europe in the Caviar Bar and Restaurant, where Rasputin apparently dined often.
On our last day in Moscow we headed out to Peterhof Palace and Park, the summer palace of Peter the Great and the various tsarinas who succeeded him over ...
... a local bookstore where they had a small English section, so Rowland was able to get some reading material for the trip home. The bookstore featured many special Russian books, some with covers not quite as elaborate as what we'd seen at the Armoury. I neglected to comment on them in my blog 3 days ago, but there were a number of large books, all religious texts, which had completely jewel encrusted covers, on leather, of ...
... onto the conveyor belt along with all the other junk... and at THAT point (now some five minutes after he's been standing there watching us doing all this) the tough German security officer says, "VAT are you DOINK?" It would appear that we were supposed to guess that the trays for the various bits and pieces are still all tucked in their shelf alongside the conveyor and we were supposed to get them out ourselves.
Then, at the far side, the ...