Arthurs Village & Spa Hotel
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This city packs a punch! On my first night, I was greeted at the train station by my friend Dmitriy. We had been invited to dinner at his friend's house and I was looking forward to some traditional Russian cuisine. We had Borsh, a Russian soup made from Beetroot, other vegetables and some meat, and then Russian pancakes filled with condensed milk and caviar, separately, not together, obviously (I found that out the embarrassing way) After an evening spent eating, drinking ...
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... deck & chattered with other Aust & NZ passengers till a BBQ lunch was served on deck.-- we really don't need lunch but all looked so nice, but I was not over fussed on the flavour of fish or corn. After lunch watched as we passed through another lock, we sailed in, gate closes water lowers & out we go. 5pm we stopped at the village of Urlich with several ...
... the key historical buildings around the central part the city. The tour ended with a walk along a nice wide boulevard that makes a horse shoe shape through the city following one of the rivers. The parks and squares in St. Petersburg and Moscow are very well kept and give off a very peaceful vibe.
We explored a bit more in the afternoon and checked out the GUM mall with “historical ...
... once probably took centre stage in some square or on any conspicuous corner.
We noticed that one monument towered far above the rest. This was not actually in the park but on the opposite side of the Moscow River where is joins the Vodootvodny canal. (Now you know why I’ve been referring to it as the ‘canal’!!) This is the statue to Peter the Great. It is a 98-metre-high monument and commemorates 300 years of the Russian Navy, which Peter ...