Egoeast Mini Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We started lining up at just before 10, the museum opened for business at 1030 and we were through all of the lines by about 1115 or so. We had completely expected that, so there were no tantrums or anything like that, but it is time consuming!
We wandered through various galleries etc. including the small dining room where the ruling family and their court were arrested in 1917, before our tour through the Diamand Room began. The palace itself is beautiful, and the ...
... the very impressive buildings in the city center before coming back to the hostel.
I’ve signed up for a free walking tour tomorrow morning so hopefully that’ll be a good way for me to see the city and maybe even meet some other travelers. I don’t think the weather will be any nicer tomorrow, but that’s okay. It looks like St. Petersburg is a beautiful city, so I’m sure I’ll enjoy the day regardless of how wet I ...
... me consisted of pumpkin soup and carbonara in one of these restaurants. We did a small Secret Santa and despite my heart aching for my family on such a special day I had fun. I laughed, I ate and after our meal we spent our night in a Russian Karaoke Bar so drank vodka and was very quickly merry. It may not have been a family Christmas complete with the good silver and ham but it certainly beat defrosting the freezer on my own and I was and am very thankful for the amazing bunch of ...
18 hours into a 27 hour journey across the Baltic from Helsinki, Finland to Travemunde, Germany seems like as good a place as any to catch up on our most recent travel events. We can now safely say that our decision to continue to travel further east was well and truly worth it. It would be nice to say we have 'ticked' Russia off the proverbial list, but honestly, it has only increased our appetite for the country and its former eastern block partners. Our journeys of ...
... and 4 disciples. The older churches are painted with frescoes which depict the Bible stories, particularly for the majority of parishioners who could not read in the 15th to 17th Centuries when many were built.. I am surprised by the significant resurgence of religion throughout the country. One of the large churches in Goritzky was brand new, paid for by a wealthy Muscovite. Every stop we've made has been a tourist town, so perhaps ...