- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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What an interesting day today. We travelled all this morning and during the morning we had a chance to talk to the tour guides as a group and ask anything we wanted. Nothing was off limits. We found out a bit about their personal lives, but finally we got the chance to ask their thoughts about the situation in Ukraine. As a couple of them grew up in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine on the border with Crimea it was a wonderful chance ...
... of Peter the Great to eradicate it. The line of the Romanovs coincided with the harshness of serfdom, an institution that kept most of the country in servitude late into the 19th century. The social and economic earthquake of Communism dominated the story of the 20th century. The impact of its demise still reverberates in places like Georgia and Crimea and many other former republics colonized by large numbers of Russians.
... and not that great a way to start the morning.
We had booked an "all day" tour, thinking it would finish around 4.00pm. Hmmm.... 7.00pm? It was too late - we were due back out by 8.00, and that's not taking into account having to come back through immigration and out again. Immigration was very stern stuff.
We started our tour "The Best of St Petersburg" (with Svetlana as our guide). She was very enthusiastic about the beauty ...
... 4 km to get there. After leaving these nice people and after snuggling their two black cats and their neighbors' puppy, I thought that I was completely satisfied and I headed back to my hospital. (Я должн 72; сказа 90;ь, что это была не перва 03; моя ...
... rent in Russia is a massive nightmare and nearly all foreigners are overcharged. Their apartment was pretty cool though and definitely bigger than what you would get back home for the same money. It was in an old tenement building and looked pretty creepy by night. We had a few beers followed by a vodka fishbowl and some random tomato ketchup pasta before heading to a party on the other side of Nevsky Prospekt. We got an illegal taxi for 200 Rubles and ended up ...