Hotel Anabel on Nevsky 88
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... on a tight schedule and budget and it helped us stick to both by having it pre planed, also neither of us speak any Russian or Mongolian and are both terrible at learning new languages!
We were really surprised by the underground, it was immaculately clean, with some amazing murals and art work, the signage was clear with all place names written in English, making it really easy to navigate.
We had just two days in St Petersburg and we ...
... the places we want to see. This time it was "Navy Days" and people dressed in uniforms and the navy ships were on display.
It is This was one of the countries where there was a heat wave and we really were tired at the end of each day. A pretty country and we are happy that we got an opportunity to see it. But Been there, done that, don't have to go ...
Breakfast at 8.00 to be on the coach by 9.00 for a trip to the Peterhoff or Summer Palace. We are arriving early 10.20 to beat the masses and are third in the queue for the public opening at 10.30. The first you see as you approach the palace are the gleaming golden domes of the church. Around the corner and onto the terrace to view the wonderful formal fountain gardens that stretch down to the Gulf of Finland. The fountains ...
... 8216;Peter’s Court’ its founder whom you can probably fathom from the name was Peter the Great. Flushed with triumph from the Northern war against Sweden, he decided to build a sumptuous palace beside the gulf. The site was chosen because the more favourable hydrography & coastline permitted the great fountains & access by water ...
... land. Peter the Great was determined to have a Russian Navy and a fort and city on The Baltic and a gateway to the rest of Europe.
The metro runs deep under the Neva River from the port where we are moored and took us to Nevskiy Prospekt, the main street in St Petersburg. Being a St Petersburg boy, Sasha had lots of stories and knowledge of his home town. We walked through the historical centre and introduced to many major sites:
The Church of Resurrection on ...