LDM Hotel (Leningradsky Youth Palace)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- Swimming pool
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... fit down streets that should not be achievable by the laws of physics and, on the footpaths, people are darting here and there narrowly avoiding cyclists and roller-bladers. Once we checked into our hotel, we were a little hesitant to explore on our own, not being entirely sure how safe we would be. A chat to the concierge and we decided to take a short stroll around the corner to the Transfiguration cathedral. ...
... enough gold leaf to support the economy of a small country. The Grand Hall was 1000 square metres of white and gold, nearly enough to blind you. The highlight however was the famous Amber Room. This room has three walls made up completely of inlaid amber panels - truly stunning. Apparently there is about 6 tonnes of amber in the room.
The most interesting aspect of this palace as well as the one at Peterhof that we saw on our first day, ...
... to join this event. Luckily I was not the only one. Metow and Dogan also didn't want to join so we decided to explore the nightlife a bit more. After a small dinner on a random place at Nevsky Prospekt we went to search for a bar to have some beers before we go clubbing. After looking around we ended up at a place called "Kuhelbeker Bar". The bar was in a 'kind of a basement' from the window you could look at the feet high of the sidewalk. The interior was like a living room ...
... in Berlin. Much to my amazement, someone unknown to me has checked out this blog, and corrected what I thought could have been an error, even as I sent the last instalment. I am in error that Kaiser Wilhelm was the only one who could have countermanded Hitler. In fact, I'm told, and I believe, that it was Hindenberg who was the super chief, but too senile to care or do anything to stop Hitler seizing extraordinary power. (see previous instalment if you ...
... about half an hour of this we could hardly wait to get out of the palace. Not my favourite visit by any stretch of the imagination.
After finally breaking out into the gardens we spent some time around the Grand Cascade and the Samson Fountain in the Lower Garden, which retrieved the situation, to a certain degree. The only problem was that we had spent so much time fighting the masses in the palace that we ...