Alexander House Boutique Hotel
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... during World War II, before heading out towards the frozen river. I find myself pushing large chunks of snow off the railings of a bridge onto the frozen surface of the river below - which elicits squeals of delight and copycat acts from a young Russian boy on the other side of the bridge obviously on his way home from school - before attempting to walk back to my hotel. My feet are killing me, however, so I take the subway. After getting changed I head out to visit ...
... the Alexander Column. Named after Alexander I & commemorates the victory over Napoleon in 1812. In the square there are also art Galleries & Museums housing European art from Matisse & Picasso- having our art hit in Moscow, we give these a miss.
Heading towards St Isaacs Cathedral, next on the list, we came across a park arranged with a travelling exhibition of painted polar bear statues. Every country in the world had a famous artist paint the bear ...
... Videoflix would be better but they were not accepted on our Travelblog. Here are some single frame cuts from some videos we took. The real video will added to the Blog when back home with faster internet. At 10:00PM, getting on to our returning Bus, what do we see? Bright daylight at 10:00PM. Yes, at this northern latitude, the Sun sets at ten and night rises at 10:30PM.
Next stop: The Royal tour of Saint-Petersburg, 9 hours of ...
... to get me the best deal. To me though, it sounded a bit like arguing and even though the slavic languages are similar, the speed in which they speak is yet beyond my understanding.
After some dreadful suitcase carrying up and down the subway stairs we came to the main street of the city, Nevsky Prospect and began to search for the hostel I was supposed to stay in. We had the exact address, but when we came there all we ...
... complete with a men’s room that lacks a door and a has a hole in the wall suspiciously about the same size a human head. The beer was cheap and the DJ was playing a fine selection of tunes that made it easy to stay and drink, and drink… and drink. After a few drinks we were joined by some others from the other Vodkatrain group who had been to the ballet. Before long we found ourselves in a club next door called Second Floor, a small club with a small dance ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed