Comfort Hotel on Chekhova
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Russian TV Channels Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... morning we will get there earlier. We still have a hearty breakfast though. The eggs in Russia are very pale, so pale you'd think there were no yokes. After breakfast we headed back to our room briefly before heading our to discover the city of St Petersburg. It was raining so out came the rain coats. We walked for some time and found a markets so we ventured in. The smell wasn't that great and I've never seen so many different what look like mushrooms. They smelt too. Lesley ...
... on the site of the assassination of Tsar Alexander II (2nd March, 1881) hence the name "Spilled Blood". The inside of the church is decorated in colourful ceramic mosaic tiles. We finished the day at St. Isaac's Cathedral, a stunning Russian Orthodox Cathedral decorated in the Catholic style. The central gold dome is one of the largest in the world and is covered in 220 pounds of gold. Like the Church of the ...
The ship was due to dock at 7:00 and, as we had an early start for our excursion to Catherine Palace, of course we woke really early (dawn does come at about 4:00 here). We went back to bed for a while but we were up again to watch the sail into St Petersburg. We passed seemingly miles and miles of dockyards, derricks, ships of all shapes and sizes and in all conditions, from rust buckets to part-built submarines, all kinds of cargoes and materials on the docks, with plenty of activity ...
... me was average but drinking beer with the whole class was hilarious. I very much enjoyed the cheerful atmosphere we had in the class.
City Pass and the ticket to some more of the Russian culture
I was already pretty impressed by the beauty of Moscow, but St. Petersburg overtrumped it all. I fell in love with the St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, but St. Petersburg has a similar cathedral too and all those elongated buildings are even more massive as ...
... the Northern Capital, St. Petersburg's foreign communities have added a number of equally fascinating places of worship to the city, including a number of major churches in the heart of the city, and the St. Petersburg's truly original Central Mosque and Buddhist Datsan.
St. Isaac's Cathedral was originally the city's main church and the largest cathedral in Russia. It was built between 1818 and 1858, by the French-born architect Auguste Montferrand, to be one of ...