The Brothers Karamazov hotel
Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
... journalists who were told to turn their cameras off, had filmed it. ) Either way true of not, no one knows what exactly is happening on that corner of the street unless they are there, not even another Ukrainian. So arguing and trying to prove a point over this whole mess is pointless. I suggested to my cousin we leave to the store, as we couldn't take this subject any longer. We took the kids with us and set off. At at the store we grabbed more wine, some candy and ice cream ...
Last night I visited the Liverpool Bar, renowned for 60s & 70s live music, mostly mediocre but last night it hit the spot perfectly with an excellent tribute band to the Beatles, headed by a woman with a great voice aided and abetted by a cracking pair of lungs. The lead guitarist was an odd one though (there always is) he was the double of the chap on the 118118 advert but with the same dozy ...
... on the other hill with a miniature Eiffel-tower lookalike at the top. We take the funicular up and walk back down. Again the views of the city are beautiful. Afterwards we head back to the flat and have dinner. After 3 days in Prague we travel to Berlin. It's 5 hours on the train across beautiful valleys. I spot quite a few deers in the fields near the tracks while Anna sleeps and the kids watch a film. I love those quiet moments. Berlin is great, lots to do see and do, ...
... was canonized and his ashes remain in the monastery at the end of the boulevard.
Nevsky Prospect housed the rich and famous including composer, Tchaikovsky and author, Gogol.
Along the boulevard there are many shops and cafes. We stopped in a little cafe and ate some sweets before we hit the pavement. As we walked we passed many statues and beautiful ornate buildings that looked as though they were designed by Italian or Greek ...
... the finest for us. We finished the night with some Asian food and a beer at Sadoyava Square. Our third day (more blue skies and freezing temperatures at -20/25C) turns into a 14km walk around the city that takes us across the Neva river 4 times, allowing us to get a glimpse into Vasilyevsky & Vasilyevsky - 2 other islands in the city. Along the way, we climb the steps inside St Isaac's Cathedral to get a 360 degree view of the city. We make it to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility