Courtyard St. Petersburg Center West/Pushkin Hotel
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... delapidated back streets, but in a good central location, is actually quite pleasant ...however there is one shared shower for approximately 14 persons.
Settled and now 1930 we pop out to a recommended dumpling restaurant serving dumplings from Russia and the around world.
D's were served in a clear chicken broth and J had the Khinkali Georgian dumplings. Pork and beef ...
... on it, ranging from simple to very elaborate.
The local bookstore had a most beautiful shop front and columns inside the shop.
We bought a map and as I needed to study it we sat down in the bookstore coffee shop. My guide could now explain where we were and where I was staying, how to get there etc plus all the interesting sites to visit.
Although we stayed there for 15 minutes none of the waiters came around to ask if we needed anything. Service is not a ...
... go in. So we bought our tickets and headed in – of course the rain got heavier and not having rain jackets we got drenched. And then… I needed to go to the toilet. As the gardens were so massive, we followed the signs to the toilet. Unfortunately when we got to the toilet, the whole block was under construction and they had portoloo’s instead. We ran into some of the other girls in the group who said the smell was so gross that they were ...
... 8211; quite a sight for my innocent eyes.
After the cruise we stopped nearby for some lunch. We had the business lunch – salad, chicken broth soup and meatballs with spaghetti and ketchup – inexpensive and pretty good. We walked back to the hotel, keeping an eye out for an electrical adapter for Karl because he left his in Vaasa.
We walked to the Hermitage Museum. It was a fairly long and cool walk. The ...
... br> It was flattering and a welcome change from the echoed stories of UK stag tourists urinating on public monuments that we had heard throughout the Baltics but it was immediately evident that these girls were not at all interested in Jack and I as individuals, merely in England: the fantasy land of polite gentlemen and tea parties. That our stories effectively undermined these images entirely hardly seemed to matter - they heard what they wanted to hear and beamed throughout much ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard St. Petersburg Center West/Pushkin Hotel St. Petersburg
Very nice hotel. Elevator isnt worth the 20mins...Maybe why its only used for luggage hahaha
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