Nevsky Hotel Moyka 5
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Today dawned cold, cloudy, a little rainy, just what you would expect in Russia. last we spent several hours trying to figure out the forms we had to fill out to get into Russia. We still don't know what a "patronymic" is so we left that blank. We think only Russians have those. Andrea remembers that it was a whole lot easier getting into China than it is getting into and out of Russia. We went through immigration holding our breath that they would tell us we had ...
... and peppered variety, I stuck to the fine unfiltered dark ales. We then played some darts.
I was amazed that this place was open so late. We left at 03:30 and it was still open. Katya had taken Anna on ahead. And when we got back to the room, Anna was crashed out drunk on the floor next to my mattress. I think she over did it on the cocktails at dinner. And it was my shout.
It was 4am. I think I'm leaving The Hermitage until last I ...
... required for visiting one of the world's largest art collections at the Hermitage Museum. The museum is located in the Winter Palace and surrounding buildings, and houses over 3 million pieces of art. The main section open to the public takes the best part of a day to explore. Both the buildings and the collection are hugely impressive and our visit was definitely one of the highlights of our time in St. Petersburg.
... look out over the whole city of St. Petersburg. Before modernisation of the city, the church was the tallest building in the city.
Later in the afternoon we met our Intrepid tour group. They all seem very nice people, and very independent travellers, but we are the youngest on the group by a few years (in some cases quite a few years). Anyway, the trip should be a lot of ...
... then I got an email from the agency this morning - apparently there is a special trip to Chernobyl that will be allowed in while I am in Kyiv. I am signed on for that, but I'll only believe it when I am standing in Pripyat looking at the abandoned buildings. This could go either way, because if the goverment clamps down more, then there's nothing we can do. Such is the way of life in the FSU. I'm not quite sure what the dispute is about, but the courts need to ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking