Hotel Anabel on Nevsky 88
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Their is only so much you can say about St Petersburg before you run out of superlatives. Sometimes called the Venice of the North due to its canals and street into courtyard layout it is full of Palaces and opulent merchants houses. Most of it was constructed in our Georgian and early Victorian periods, mixed with Neoclassicism with a fair dollop …
... on a cab. The hotel was great and as it was very late at night we all
crashed. The next morning we sussed out the local area and went to check out a beautiful church that we could see from our hotel window. We needed to be ready to leave for the airport around lunch time so called a cab as that was the easiest option and went to the airport to fly on to London in the afternoon.
... the place and we all schlepped around in the rain trying to admire the fountains which despite some jets reaching 19 meters high did not have any pumps and had been running continually since the 18th Century -although it did need to get rebuilt after the WWII as it was bombed quite heavily due it being used by the Nazi’s.
We all agreed that we had not seen Peterhof at its best, and if we weren’t on a tour we would probably have looked at the ...
... is made in St Petersburg and they are very proud of it, Stolichnaya, Beluga etc etc. Thankfully there was not a Smirnoff bottle in sight. Seeing all the empty small shot-glasses littered on the tables from previous patrons, we decided to try a couple on the list, only to find that the shot glasses we had seen were “tasting” glasses and what we had ordered was single measures….which is 100mL! In Russia a double shot of vodka is 200mL. Naturally we ordered ...
... of the nazi occupation to gold leafed splendour. We have to wear pixie slippers here to protect the parquet floors – we awwwwl look darn cute I can tell ya! The delft ware stoves are all in place, the staircases made of marble, the chinaware rare and exquisite, the paintings stunning, the chandeliers massive and the original furniture impressive. The recently restored fairy tale like room made entirely out of amber ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking