LDM Hotel (Leningradsky Youth Palace)
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... my face. In stead, a hot room and a smell of plastic furniture.
But through the window I do see the lake-like Baltic sea. And I realize that there would not be much of a sea smell, because the salinity is only 0.5% (the ocean is 3.5%). So you could actually drink this water to hydrate your body.
We practically fly over the water and reach Peterhof under a blue sky and a sharp sun. Since I have forgotten my little camouflage cap in Holland, I ...
This morning I was going to head over the the Tatar Mosque which was a short walk from my hotel and on my route to the Peter and Paul Fortress. I've seen photos of it before and its a lessor known site despite its ...
... mock rooms of what the prison interiors used to look like. It was pretty interesting and there were two large groups of teenagers on some sort of
fieldtrip being crammed into one exhibit room to the next; we tried to avoid them.
We passed by the Spilt blood Church but decided to skip the inside. The queue was just so long and so expensive. Apparently the outside is much nicer anyway. We were also ...
... was taking its toll and the travel fatigue was in full effect. Consequently, I spent most of the day just lounging around the hostel room attending to personal business (e.g., paying bills, blogging, sorting photos), only leaving for lunch at Botanika, a highly rated vegetarian restaurant nearby. I had potato pancakes. Later in the evening, we joined up with Alexander, who Nick had met at a Couchsurfing event the previous night. Alexander is originally from Voronezh ...
... another 50 artisans who work in the town. It was originally a village of some importance before the opening of the Baltic seaway, but during the 2nd World War the small village burned down and the inhabitants moved on. In 1996 they started to revive the village, and it's very authentic looking. A few happy looking cows are tethered in the grassy areas, the horses take people on the road, and a car may pass once an hour ...