Hotel SPB Vergaz
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... minutes later than planned, so we took advantage of the good weather to walk around the corner to Nevsky Prospeckt. This is the main road and shopping area.
The Faberge Museum is privately owned and is visited by guided tour only. While we were on the tour, Maria walked back and moved the car. The museum is housed in a former palace which has been renovated back to its former glory. There are 12 eggs commissioned by the Tsars, they have ...
... to read any of the signs, thinking we'd be lost in that huge gallery full of endless rooms for ever, like something from a Gothic-horror story.
Forget seeing the two Leonardos -- just way too many people. The whole crowd scene is impossible.
We found refuge among the prehistoric stuff, where no one goes... a bit like the toilet roll section at Waitrose on Christmas Eve- a place of retreat after battling with hordes in the turkey ...
... where have you been? On Fontanka, drinking vodka...". In the bitter cold and rain, a glass of Vodka on the Fontanka would have gone down nicely I thought. Nadya insisted that we throw some coins on the bird's tiny platform which, if it stayed put would bring us good fortune. Needless to say, we didn't have any success; our hands frozen by the whipping cold winds. At the time the conditions were too awful to stand around and chat, but I knew that Alan would ...
... Russia, we had to get one any way. St Petersburg was founded by Peter the great and was originally swampland. For a period of time it was the capital of Russia during its long history and it is known as the Venice of Russia. Although we had never actually been to Venice, with all the canals passing through the city, you can understand why. To get from the airport into the city you can either take a taxi direct or take a bus to the nearest subway station ...
... the two Aussie guys in the group turned to me and said “what the hell was that about?” I was glad to see that I wasn’t the only one to notice how over-the-top he was being. We kept walking another ten seconds and as soon as we got to the New Hermitage building, I went for my camera in my bag, and it was gone.
I told the Aussies my camera was gone and I ran back to the square and about half way to where we started ...