LDM Hotel (Leningradsky Youth Palace)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... ropes and return the angel to be sure that the city was protected. Once word of this action made its way to the royal family this peasant was congratulated and as a token of appreciation he was given a letter that declared he was allowed to drink for free in every tavern and bar in all of Russia. Needless to say this man of course took advantage of his gift as much as possible but because of all of the drinking he had a habit of misplacing the letter ...
... being purchased. Elena says it is very difficult to fix up your apartment because there is a labor shortage. Illegal immigrants are doing the work and they are very unreliable! We have a set appointment at the Hermitage. This is the state museum now that it is no longer the winter palace of the czars. It was started by Peter the Great and added to by each reigning czar. Czar is translated from caesar. Power changed hands quite a lot. There are five building and 1000+rooms ...
... then was it for sale. I found the whole conversation disturbing because it showed a complete lack of understanding of how the west sees Russia, and also a fearsome belief in Russia's superiority in the world. He described Poland as a snappy little dog barking at an elephant and thereby dismissed a nation as insignificant. Very powerful insight into the Russian psyche, even granting that not everyone will think this ...
... cubby house and slide for the royal children to play on and that another room was a living garden with soil on the floor. The garden room soon started to rot so they made it into another living room but kept the garden-esque statues on the walls and covered the walls in silk wallpaper that looks like a garden. Pretty!
After enjoying our time in the palace we then went on to explore the flash grounds. They were nice and manicured but had nothing on ...
... some people that they had got the wrong night for formal night!
Murano serves ‘Contemporary French Cuisine’. It is a much darker restaurant than Tuscan and Qsine (possibly due to there being no real windows) with a much more sedate atmosphere. The tables were set with a black and gold/bronze theme. To begin with, we were offered the usual iced water and the sommelier came round to take our wine order. Paul wanted to ...