Hotel Ibis St. Petersburg Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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The hotel room was small, very very small, very uncomfortable ! The bed was very uncomfortable ! If it was any more uncomfortable, we could be called the Flintstones - Fred and Wilma ! Lol !
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... me was average but drinking beer with the whole class was hilarious. I very much enjoyed the cheerful atmosphere we had in the class.
City Pass and the ticket to some more of the Russian culture
I was already pretty impressed by the beauty of Moscow, but St. Petersburg overtrumped it all. I fell in love with the St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, but St. Petersburg has a similar cathedral too and all those elongated buildings are even more massive as ...
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... so long.
As my day comes to an end, grandpa comes to visit. We set off to the store just across the street. I try to find natural products, as organic does not exist here yet. I find a few, but mostly I purchase items marked Free of MSG, a new concept for me to see at a grocery store. As we exit the huge revolving doors of the 3 story shopping center an ambulance can be heard, it is trying to turn but the pedestrians keep walking. I yell for my grandpa to stop. ...
... didn't tell me. I walked to St Isaac's Cathedral and paid a local guide who offered his services for 500 roubles to show me around. He claimed to be a history teacher forced to retire because of an eyesight problem. He seemed to know Russian history, but his geopolitical stance was very anti-west. He referred to Obama as a monkey, claimed the West hated Russia , that the USA intends to destroy Russia, that the West ...
... were setting off that I realised I'd forgotten my camera... Probably the most inconvenient day of the whole trip to do so!! I was well cross with myself!!
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