5th Corner Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... we entered the Baltic Sea, they’re so funny.
The first few days they threw a lot of information and inspiration at us which for me was a little much at 3:00AM NY time. All of the alumni and faculty keep saying that this will change our lives and make us new people and we’ll know who we are and meh shmee blah blah. It’s a little intimidating. I thought it was just me but I talked to a friend and she said that it ...
... the English tour guides was great and she had a lot of information. Since the city is built on many islands, there are plenty of bridges. Also there was sooooo much to see. The tour was ...
... inventor, and thinker the world has ever known. It was a true privilege to be in the presence of such greatness. Of almost equal profundity was the masterpiece waiting in Room 229, the museum's only piece by Michelangelo, a sculpture of a crouching boy. After a very long day and a lot of walking, we met up with Alexander one last time for dinner at a decent cafe by the hostel. 4 June 2014: Today's first order of business was purchasing train tickets for tomorrow to ...
... drove about 24km south of St Petersburg to Pushkin (named after Alexander Puskin the poet) to visit Catherine's Palace. A really nice drive and could not believe how flat the city is. It actually has a mountain range on city fringe which is just 100m above sea level and that constitutes a mountain. The palace was built in mid 18th century, partially destroyed in WWII and meticulously rebuilt. ...
It was a lazy morning and we took our time getting ready, having a leisurely breakfast at a French style bistro around the corner from the hotel. The sun was out, so we decided to spend the day in outdoor pursuits. We crossed the Neva river in two places to get to Hare Island, the location of the Peter and Paul Fortress. The fortress encompasses the entire island, which sits within the Neva River, and was the first establishment in the city. ...