Austrian Yard 2
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... usually of at least five - seven spires with onion tops always in gold, always stunning to look at. John and Bev poked their heads into the main church forgetting it was sunday and the orthodox service was taking place. Priests in the typical wide stiff white robes and white and gold peaked hats, women with head scarves, men in black, candles and incense, and wonderful singing. Exit fast. then on to Nikolsky Cathedral built 1770 painted blue, white and gold, ...
... itself was founded in 1764 when Catherine the Great purchased a collection of 255 paintings from the city of Berlin. Today, the Official Hermitage Museum is the largest art gallery in Russia and one of the most respected art museums in the world, boasting over 2.7 million exhibits and a diverse range of art and artifacts from ancient Egypt to early 20th century Europe. It is said if you were to spend one minute looking at each exhibit on ...
... pyshky") per person! They love their sweets here! They look like plain donuts with a bit of powdered sugar, and they have squares of unprinted newspaper on the tables to pick them up with. We got to the counter and thankfully ordered without a hitch (although not in English). We took a guess on the total since we couldn't read the menu sign or understand what she said and we gave more than enough. Total for our 3 donuts was $0.80! We took some paper and went to the park across ...
... all women) were very adamant that one did not lean on certain walls or step into an undesignated area.
Next was the canal cruise which took us through parts of the city with many interesting and attractive architectural buildings. From the canals (with their low bridges) we motored out onto a sparse open river where we had a 360 ...
... one mistake at the end expecting to be able to exit by the last fountain we find we have to double back to the church so are 10 minutes late! We take the walk of shame down to the back of the coach to our seats! We then return to the city centre to see some more sights stopping at St Christopher's church, I'm allowed in but Mo not as he is wearing shorts! The access is limited as this is a functioning RO church and ...