Comfort Hotel on Chekhova
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... amazing that these shops have so many clerks, usually more than the number of customers. Victoria was interested in my camera, so we conversed a bit. Her family was from Belarus as is mine. Her family fled Belarus in 1917 because they were wealthy. Mine fled in 1908 because they were poor Jews.
... empty; waited for the inevitable hand on the shoulder and speech that you were in the wrong place (like Lenin Mausoleum fiasco in Moscow), only to discover we had not gone to jail, had passed go and were not only at the ticket desk, but first in the queue! Good grief, how did that happen? There was the usual confusing multiple-choice of tickets and the unhelpful lady behind the kiosk could speak zero English and was so not interested in helping. She directed us with a flick of ...
... tour was my
walking tour of the market and metro. Surprisingly, the metro was beautiful. We
were told not to take pictures, but of course everyone did. It featured
artwork, mostly of Peter the Great done in mosaics that covered the walls. We
also visited a few different churches. Both were Russian Orthodox. The first
was the Church of the Savior of Spilt Blood which featured colorful domes and a
style more famous in Moscow. The ...
... s collection includes over 400,000 artworks covering the complete history of Russian art, from 11th century icons to work by contemporary video artists. Unlike the Tretyakov Gallery, the Russian Museum continues to exhibit art from all periods in one space. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the Russian Museum has also become the curator of three of St. Petersburg's most significant historical buildings, giving the museum the opportunity to exhibit yet more of its ...
... and stay here on board instead. Tonight was somewhat strange given that were so far north (60.08.92N and 024.55.18E) the sun didn’t really set until midnight. Today the sun rose 4:39 a.m. and the sun won’t hit the horizon until around 11:00 p.m. – it’ll be a long bright day. Next stop is Helsinki, Finland – can you say Absolute Ice House – they apparently let you keep the glasses – just good luck getting them home in one ...