Courtyard St. Petersburg Center West/Pushkin Hotel
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... saunas, both with strict ‘no clothing’ policies we took the plunge. I nervously approached the room filled with around two dozen Finns who immediately caught on that this was my rookie Sauna season. On discussion with the locals I was quickly made aware of Sauna etiquette, including the beating of oneself with a branch of leaves and designated beer breaks in between. Outside I met with Laura again, scantily clad in a towel amongst my new Finnish ...
... making this up, I assure you! I try and find the plate but fail to find it. Perhaps it was in the Peterhof Palace? Or was it the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow??
I keep coming across a young couple - she is dolled up to the nines so I can't miss her - for some reason she reminds me of "our Aveline" out of the Scouse sitcom "Bread" who always wanted to be a model. We find ourselves in the same room, along with a load of Japanese, all wanting ...
... and how you have to prove where you will be for every moment of your stay in the country. However, this isn’t about the pesky Russians making life difficult for us Westerners. It turns out that these visas are primarily to control internal migration, so if you were from an Oblast in Siberia and you wanted to visit Moscow you would need a visa for your stay. It is what they mean by having your “papers” on you at all times. From what we can tell, this has ...
... until someone collecting a "waiting-voucher" before we could ask her to get us one. Later on, she found that we should actually go to the central part of the lobby which was for selling stamps... With a little bit of struggling, we got our stamps! Each postcard costs 23.1 Rubles to send.
After that, we went for dinner at another local fast food restaurant. We hurried back to hostel in rain. We set off for the train to Moscow at 745pm. We reached the ...
... 8217;t want to wander down by
accident but the hostel was great and the staff spoke quite good English (not
easy to find there!). So many churches
and historical buildings, oh man. We
went to the Hermitage which was an overwhelmingly impressive museum and one
that deserves at least a few days. I
think my favorite was the Church of our Saviour on Spilled Blood in which the inside was
completely mosaic-ed; hands down the most ...
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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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