Egoeast Mini Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we were not told the title of,
but we were allowed inside. We were told to cover our head upon entering.
Inside held many different altars with candles before them you could light to
honor the saints pictured. After the church we visited the market which had
mostly fruit and chocolates for sale. I did try a particularly good peach, but
of course fruit isn’t allowed on the ship so buying more than one would have
... s the place synonymous with St. Petersburg. In July, it seemed most of the world joined us in visiting this amazing place. Following is a long cut and paste from the attributed source. I believe it presents a very good synopsis of the history of the facility. (After all, it is written by Russians.)
St. Petersburg's most famous building, the Winter Palace not only physically dominates Palace Square ...
... which she proceeded to pull out a long potato and a peeler. She asked for people's attention and started advertising the peeler by peeling the potato right into her bag! She then proceeded to pull out a carrot and peel that as well. Everyone was either paying attention or doing their own thing. My sister and I were busy attempting to not burst out laughing. How many potatoes had she brought, and peeled?? Was she going to eat all those veggies today? I pulled out my iPad ...
Ahh what can I say about one of the most amazing cities in the world. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate. It was cold, rainy and foggy. We had a late start today because the ship had a problem at the last port and we were delayed by about 4 hours. We started out about 3 hours later on our tour. Our tour guide Natasha was amazing. She rushed us through all of the sites to make sure that we didn't miss anything.
We started out with a drive through the city. ...
I probably left this a little bit late to write, it being a couple of months since I arrived home; especially seen as I am lacking in photos to jog my memory… there's a risk it will be unjustly short, but here goes anyway!
So, upon arrival at St Petersburg's airport, I took a shuttle bus and then the metro to St P’s main street; from where I walked ten mins or so towards the hostel.
When I arrived on the street that I should be able to find ...