The Brothers Karamazov hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pirogi. These were not the Ukranian perogies we’re familiar with, but rather pie-like pastries filled with any of a wide range of fillings, both savory and sweet. We were each able to select two and most of us chose a savory and then a sweet. I had green onion (delicious) and apple pirogi … Cathy had salmon and blueberry, and the rest of the group all seemed quite happy with their choices and deemed this the best and most authentic (as in, the kind of ...
Today was our first day in St Petersburg. We’re spending 2 whirlwind days here, trying to see as much as we can.
We started the day at the Peterhof Palace. This is a little ways out from St Petersburg. It is a large palace with gardens and many fountains. The palace was started by Peter the Great and greatly expanded by his daughter Elizabeth. The palace was very crowded with literally ...
... turned out to be be from the Russian Army!! We loved it!!
The weather was lousy but we didn't care, it was so exciting to actually be in Russia. And yes there was a McDonald's. And M got some cold medication the next day so the cold lasted only one more day. T got it too, of course, but there was plenty of medicine for him as well.
... the next 6 nights on board. We would have liked to be spending the scheduled 7 nights but had to be satisfied with 6 nights due to issues with getting back to St. Petersburg in time to catch our flight to London.
I had booked a Junior Suite for Trev and I which ended up being double the size of a normal cabin and included a fridge, TV and sitting area. For Sal I had booked a twin cabin for single use – so she also had plenty of room. By comparison ...
... as a museum. After a another traditional lunch of borscht and fish with Polish sauce made with eggs and dill, we return to the city via hydrofoil. There is time for an hour of retail therapy, before high tea in the hotel. Tonight's ballet is 'Flames of Paris' performed by the Mickhailovsky Ballet at the theater of the same name. 'Les Mis' in tights and tutus, the ballet was not anywhere near as good as the Kirov nor was the evening as ...