Herzen House Hotel St. Petersburg
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... br> Breakfast comprised a wonderful and seemingly endless array of dishes ranging from delicately smoked salmon, soused butterfish and a myriad of local raw and cooked fish dishes, great Russian salads and sausages to the more traditional western styled foods with smoked bacon and heaps of buttery scrambled eggs and eggs every way..... I simply adore fish at any time of the day and found it really difficult, if not impossible, not to over indulge. Alan ...
... was assassinated in 1916. Who was Rasputin? Google him! It was a very interesting tour. The House contained a 180 seat auditorium. Could not get a picture of the outside as like many things in Russia, there is nothing to see that is pretty. This afternoon we visited a music school that Grand Circle supports through grants from the Grand Circle Foundation. It was k-12 school that only ...
... tour of St Petersberg to get a feel of the city. Generally speaking, Russian architecture is sterile, structured and plain. The port is overlooked by grubby block highrise apartments. The streets are long and straight. People seem quiet and stern. Everyone seems to smoke. The traffic is terrible everywhere. Whilst many buildings are plain and square, there certainly are some exceptions. One such example was the Russian Orthodox Cathedral St Isaac's, which boasts the ...
... Come on!! Come on!!" and beating my chest. Honestly, I had no idea what I was doing. I just knew I was bigger than them and maybe if I could scare them they would back off. While this was happening I got a glimpse at my other two friends. Unfortunately, they were not fairing as well as I was. They were both on the ground and their attackers were kicking and punching them. I think when they realized that I was not going to leave ...
Big day. Started off with a Bob led "short walking tour" (of 4 hours) which basically took us in a big loop around St Petersburg - seeing everything from monuments to street cleaners, to older style "trading places" where the locals who aren't able to afford the higher shopping centre prices did their shopping, to an exhibition of "buddy bears" (a UN exhibition raising money for children through UNICEF) featuring brightly painted bears representing each country. All via ...