Herzen House Hotel St. Petersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a proper steak in months!!!! The meat here is all very low in fat, and super thin, and insanely pricey!
We all thoroughly enjoyed our dinner, and finally jumped back in the van to drive home. Most of the trip there was minimal vision, so we were going slow for a while there! But honestly, I'm glad we did! I wouldn't have wanted the boys to drive faster in those conditions!
At the end of that week Luisa, Paula, Lucia, and I took a trip, with some other uni student, up ...
... 1088;а), a broad chute whose surface is tiled black and white like a chessboard.
The most prominently positioned fountains of Peterhof are 'Adam' and 'Eve'. They occupy symmetric positions on either side of the Sea Channel, each at the conjunction of eight paths.
French style interior
The largest of Peterhof's palaces looks truly imposing when seen from the Lower or Upper Gardens, but in fact it is quite narrow and ...
... St Isaac’s
Cathedral and Peter and Paul Fortress. I
have attached some photos of the area.
We learned about the Peter the Great and successive leaders of Russia in
the 18th century, the czars and the royal family of Romanov’s. The Peter and Paul fortress is the original
protective fortifications ordered by Peter the Great to protect against
invasion by the Swedes. The church on
the grounds is not ...
... the last; like the topography of a beautiful dream. That the sun does not set until 11.30 and rises at 4 does little to alleviate this sense of disorientation and otherworldliness, and for me personally, struggling with a three hour time difference and a very confused body clock (the result of the sleepless night bus) this has been an extraordinary experience.
In the past few days I have certainly found myself in a blur of art, music and literature all united around ...
... sitting on the sandy banks at the mouth of the Neva, climbing abandoned bell towers, going to zoos, eating peroshki, exploring bars, and strolling though the best parks in the realest parts of town – everything that isn’t in the guides, everything that is next to Pushkin’s House, behind the Hermitage, or just past the alleyway two blocks to the right of insert famous location – the REAL Saint Petersburg! It’s an insanity that comes over you to ...