Hotel Anabel on Nevsky 88
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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The end is nigh.
We enjoyed another lie-in and then went to the Post Office to buy stamps for our postcards from Moscow and then pop them in the post box. With that done we took one last wander down Nevsky Prospekt and as if to prepare us for the return to the UK the weather was cold, overcast and drizzly. On the way down, Wendy bought a …
We had a good lie-in today as the only thing we had to get up for was breakfast and that finished at 10am. Once we'd finally got up and going we set out for the Catherine Palace just outside the city. This involved quite a journey though, which started with a walk to Nevsky Prospekt metro station where we got a train to Moskovya station. From there …
With the group stage of the trip over we were free to do as we wished from now on and so had a bit of a lie-in, although not enough to make up for the late nights we'd had over the past two days, and then had a nap after breakfast.
We then set off for the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, which was built on the site of the …
We had the luxury of a lie-in today as breakfast was served from 8-10am but we weren't leaving for the Hermitage until 10am so could enjoy it in a leisurely fashion. As we walked along Nevsky Prospekt it started raining heavily so we hopped on a trolley bus, thereby taking one of the few forms of transport we hadn't yet used on the trip.
Again, we arrived bang on time at the train station. Bleary-eyed we staggered under the ever increasing weight of our backpacks to meet our final surly Russian mini-bus driver. What he lacked in cheer though he certainly made up for in ambitious parking. The hotel's entrance was in a narrow courtyard off the city's main avenue, Nevsky Prospekt. The …