Allegro Hotel Moskovskiy
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... that we had scanned to enter, from some people. Irina had to start shouting back in Russian to stop the attack with volatile words exchanged before the Security woman retreated. Apparently another group had not scanned their tickets at the entry. Irina explained that this was an example of the volatile Russian character, something that from experience I can relate to. It is hard to say anything original about the museum experience. The opulence of the palace that led to the downfall of ...
... br> At a shop stop earlier in the day we got free coffee, tea or vodka. I didn't fancy vodka at 11 am and Hughie doesn't like the stuff, but was talked into it by the others. So he remembers the rule. Exhale, knock it back in one, count to 10, inhale. He still didn't like it but thought it maybe tasted better than my Smirnoff
Knocking it back like that seems like a waste of an otherwise pleasant drink to me.
One thing we noticed last ...
Spend the morning retracing my steps to the beach, in hopes if finding my iPod buried in the sand. No such luck. Someone is enjoying 976 of my favorite songs... Very sad. UNESCO site #12; check! They call this suburban palace the "Versailles of the North". It's very beautiful. It was the summer home of Peter the Great. Relaxing afternoon just meandering around the grounds ...
... to recreate this room and spend $3 million on the restoration. I won't even comment about how I reacted to this knowing the majority of the peoplke were starving at the time!
After an hour’s walk through the interior of the palace, we went outside to stroll the gardens and walk down to the lake. There was a “small” pavilion at the lakes edge which had three rooms, each with a domed ceiling and amazing acoustics. We heard a ...
... she didn't) but there was nothing we could do then.
So we carried on (minus one). Our first stop was Catherine's summer palace in Pushkin. It was very beautiful. I love how many palaces are in and around St. Petersburg! After the palace tour we just had time to go to the hotel and venture out for some food. It was a good thing we had a Russian-speaking student with us, bus drivers definitely do not speak English in Russia. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility