Arbat Nord Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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This morning we met up with our tour guide and private driver for a day full of sightseeing. We headed first on a city tour, mainly zipping through the streets but occasionally stopping for photo opportunities. The big problem we have is that there is no parking in St Petersburg other than on the street so opportunities to stop were few and far …
Faberge museum yesterday, unreal and riding in a taxi, Mercedes... Rocking to ACDC ... And I had my nose an inch from a Renoir .... Breath taking.
... and having been on our feet all day. Absolutely unacceptable! The many complains apparently did work because today (day 2) the embarkation process was a lot quicker. But then what did we expect with 25 00 tourists on one ship?
To sooth our wary feet and toes we attended a special presentation after dinner of genuine Russian dance and music by a Russian Folkloric Ensenble who were just terrific.
... rich wife had another chapel or church built there in his memory. It was a base for trade and a place of protection for the rich Russians in time of war and was never destroyed or taken. Khruschev actually ordered the restoration of it which was a surprise to all especially the villagers and our very devout guide was quick to point out all of St Cyril's 'miracles'. Hard to describe, the insides were cavernous and cold and once 200 monks resided here. Now only 6 and ...
... in Palace Square; Alexander Column; the State Hermitage gallery (in the Winter Palace); the view across the Neva river (before it was frozen) to the Peter & Paul fortress; past the statue of the bronze horseman in Aleksandrovskiy Garden; St Isaac's Cathedral and down Nevskiy Prospekt to Kazan Cathedral (modelled on St Peter's in Rome and converted to a museum on Atheism during the Soviet period). In the afternoon ...