Holiday Inn St. Petersburg Moskovskye Vorota
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... was to carry additional goods.
The trouble with ageing is that everyone else starts to look like an adolescent. Nadya, met us spot on time. A warm, friendly and very youthful looking woman wearing a thick woollen scarf and brown leather bomber jacket over jeans, Nadya was highly knowledgeable and deeply passionate about her home city of St Petersburg. Nadya spoke excellent English and had taken on quite a challenge that day. As mentioned, her ...
... was much smaller. 1 million residents were lost and 1 million soldiers killed in defense of the city. Overall 30 million Russians were killed in the war. Hard to imagine those kind of numbers. This morning we visited Peter and Paul's church which is on a island across from the Hermitage. This is where the Russian Tsar's are buried including the last one Nicholas the 2nd. They did not start looking for his body until after the Soviets were gone. I have never seen ...
... a year. He also suggested St Petersberg is the most cultured, social and friendly city of Russia, especially compared to Moscow. The currency here is the Rubel which is basically 1/30 to the Australian Dollar. Things are quite affordable in Russia. With so many people off the ship, dinner tonight was at your leisure, anytime. We got in early at 6, and snuck in a bottle of wine from Sicily. We even had time to watch a movie, the Number 23, before bed. Tomorrow, a morning trip to ...
... with a wig on."
My elective classes are my favorite of the five courses I’m taking this semester. The politics class is a comparative politics course, which looks at the political culture in the US and Russia, and which is my favorite class. My other elective, a culture class, is good as well. In that class we learn about the history of St. Petersburg, and at the moment we’re learning about architecture. It’s really neat to learn about the history ...
Came to the realization last night that both places we were hoping to see are both closed on mondays. This is the problem with not actually doing any planning for a trip apart from getting here :) So decided to squeeze both in today - Peterhof palace and the Hermitage museum - very cultural of us :) After breakfast, (which at this particular hotel consisted of - croissant - yum; fluffy white egg - weird; salami, ham, ...