Boutique Hotel Happy Pushkin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Every where I've been in Eastern Europe there is a fountain in the town square. I think it's a Soviet thing so by definition Russia should have a few as well. Viktor told me about a place near St Peterburg that has some nice fountains so this afternoon we headed off to Peterhof, it's about 30 Kms from St Petersburg. On the way we took a wrong turn …
Okay, here's a question for you-
If Russia's premier art museum, the Hermitage is closed every Monday throughout the year, who would you expect to know?
B) No one
C) A tour guide that specialises in the Hermitage
Well the answers C but the guide I'd booked over the interweb didn't know......
So my hermitage …
As do the Russians abhor a gap in traffic...but I'll come back to that!
Left Helsinki fairly early to allow me to get through the border and onto St Petersburg. The skies were very grey with low and heavy cloud cover, it kindly waited until about 10 miles before the border before the heavens opened up and it chucked it down. That wasn't a …
... and tables made out of Malachite (green) and Lapis Lazuli (blue) you could see that they were actually made up of thousands of tiny pieces that had to be placed like a giant puzzle to create these enormous objects. That made what were originally very pretty items incredibly impressive, especially considering that we learned many of these craftsmen would go blind in the process because they were performing all of this work without the aid of ...
... a blank round as a signal for the Bolshevik's assault on the Winter Palace in 1917. We continued along the Nevsky Prospect. This street cuts through the St Petersburg historical centre and runs from Admiralty to the Moscow Railway Station before making a slight curve to the Alexander Nevsky Monastery. Since the 18th Century it has been the centre of the bustling, rapidly growing city. The street is lined with cathedrals, ...