- 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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... drive down the roads lined with linden trees, old and gnarly and been there forever they give a sense of Europe to this place. A drive around the town and we are taken to the Millennium Park where preparations for the celebration of Yaroslavl anniversary are taking place. Its 1005 years old! We are given good directions back to the Church of Elijah the Prophet ( green and gold domed and frescoed in and out) and let loose. John and I head for the fresh food market and its late in ...
... flights are listed on every luggage carousel, so we had to go searching for our luggage, but it was there! We did use the official taxi people as advised and took out roubles from the ATM at the airport, but I was amazed how far it was from the airport into St Petersburg for the 1000 rouble ($30) fee. No English for the driver, but he found the hotel with no problems and, believe me, the Hotel Mark Inn is not obvious so that was a feat! The hotel room is tiny, but it ...
... we went, language was a bit difficult, but we managed to get by though there was some miscommunication about our order. It was good pizza, and we got to hang out before finding our way back to the train station, where we settled in for a long 13 hour ride to St Petersburg.
The compartments aren't too bad, and quite sizeable. You could seat 8 people in there, we did 7, but as expected, not too comfy to sleep in.
... 1083; 85;ила свой план и поспе 96;ила верну 90;ься в больн 80;цу к ужину.) 160; Now I need to say a few words about 'Big Salts'. This is a hospital building, which is situated on the hill. They offer a ...
... pictures as well. The Hermitage is huge and you could spend weeks just to see a portion of it. We only saw the key parts that our local tour guide took us to. We also went to a separate part of the Hermitage called the Armoury. The armoury houses the Crown Jewels, gifts to the royal family and government over the centuries, coronation clothing and everyday wear for the royal family, and pieces from the royal collection like the faberge ...