German Club Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... all 3 million pieces. We walked along long hallways of tapestries, period costumes, sculptures, mosaics, furniture, and lots of tourists. Lunch was far better than yesterday being met by waiters in Russian costume and entertained by 2 musicians on piano accordion and a Russian type guitar. The salad had onion as well, the soup was spinach we think and then chicken stroganoff And deb potatoes, we think and then an orange slice we think. The champagne was better ...
... trip. We chose another Georgian restaurant near the hotel, just off Nevsky Prospekt, especially as we'd enjoyed the Georgian food on the Friday night. I had a chicken kebab again and did order a side and drink but they weren't what I expected. My fried potatoes never turned up and the 'Russian' beer I ordered was a Miller; from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After Wendy polished off a dessert we strolled along Nevsky Prospekt to the main square to enjoy the site of ...
... The interiors of the building, fully restored 2004-2006, also feature a wealth of magnificent art nouveau decorations.
The building rapidly became one of the most famous and best-loved on Nevsky Prospekt. It was briefly home to the US Embassy during the First World War and soon after the October Revolution it was nationalized and assigned to the state publishing company Petrogosizdat (later Lenizdat). ...
... facades, domed cathedrals, and baroque residences were built along the city’s canals. By 1712, the capital was moved from Moscow to St. Petersburg. Then Catherine the Great continued the dream, adding even more elaborate palaces, parks, and squares all designed by French and Italian architects. But in the face of all this opulence, social unrest grew, giving way to ...
... the Spilled Blood the day before, that was our primary destination for the afternoon. The church is quite stunning as it's art consists of a number of mosaic images, still vibrant and jaw-dropping. From angels to biblical stories, the walls and ceiling were an open book. A quick stop at the nearby souvenir market and we parted ways again - some shopping and a lot of walking.
The main stop - Yeliseev's Food Hall, home of funky lights, weird puppets and lots of goodies. I ...