Allegro Hotel Moskovskiy
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I cant seem to sleep later than 7am, even after being up until 1:30 chatting to Randy and Bob. Getting up early when travelling would normally be great: get up early and you fit more sightseeing in. Except in Russia, where nothing opens until 10 am at the earliest. Ah well. Nothing wrong with a lazy breakfast.
Today I wanted to check out a few sights in the city so I headed over the Neva to St Peter and Paul fortress. When Peter the great founded ...
... and try some Stroganoff and get a taste of the famous pies of St Petersburg, yum yum yum. We kind of feel like those tourists that have no idea what you are saying to them but they just smile and nod back to you. Let’s just hope we don’t smile and nod at the wrong thing hey!!! Could be interesting.
We finally get to move out of our downgraded room and leave our noisy European neighbours behind.
We now come to an end of our time in ...
Heading back in the direction of the hotel I correctly located the canal I wanted to follow in the morning. Along the route I went inside another Cathedral, the Kazan Cathedral. This Cathedral was modelled on St Peter’s in Rome and had quite a different feel to it than any other Russian church I had been in so far. Also along my walking route I came across Bankovsky Most, a pedestrian bridge featuring four Griffins, two on each end. ...
... Hall is a formal apartment that covers 100 square meters of space. The room's walls boast large formal portraits of Empress Catherine I, Empress Elizabeth Petrovna, as well as paintings of Natalya Alexeyevna, sister of Peter the Great, and Empress Catherine II. The inlaid floors of the hall contain precious woods. The Drawing Room of Alexander I was designed between 1752 and 1756 and belonged to the Emperor's private suite. The drawing room stood out ...
... got some pics in the semi darkness. I went at 1.30 and it was as dark as it was ever going to get. By the time I got home at 4.30 it was daylight. You will notice in some of the pics the glow of the sunrise. I went down by the river and the bridges were open. They have draw bridges to let the ships in at night. They stay open most of the night so if you live on the wrong side of town you have to get home on time or wait til tomorrow. Also down there were ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility