Nevsky Hotel Moyka 5
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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... soup, stroganoff and a cake desert. Well fortified we drove for about an hour to arrive at the Peterhof Palace. All pleased to hear of Cowboys defeating Storm and into GF next week.
This palace is located on the Gulf of Finland and was another summer residence this time for Peter The Great. Built with an obvious resemblance to Versailles, many features celebrate a victory over Finland. The Grand Cascade of statues and fountains ...
... John grabbed a taxi, 700 rubles, maybe ripped off, maybe not, who cares, home in ten minutes and up to the room to rest the feet and absorb the day. Sitting at the open window, bird cawing out there somewhere, nice breeze and some Chilean vino, very nice, while I finish another day of our blog. Day 3. St Petersburg. 7/6/15 Our last day in Petersburg, Julie and Alexander are picking us up at 3.30 to deliver us back at the Princess Maria, and we have to check out of the ...
... 1818 and 1858 by the French born architect Auguste Montferrand. Its facades are decorated with sculptures and massive granite columns made from single pieces of red granite, while the interior is adorned with intricately detailed mosaic icons, paintings and columns made from malachite and lapis lazuli. During the 1930's, like many of the city's churches, the cathedral was closed and re-opened later as a museum. Today, church services are held there only on ...
The Hermitage itself is a beautiful building and the Royal Apartments in one corner were spectacular. The masterpiece was the Peacock clock which is a gilded metal peacock that is a timepiece from the late 18th century. They only let it run once a month now but the video of it showed how intricate a clock it is. It turns its head and spreads its wings on the hour. It's hard to describe its beauty, so here's a link ...
... There is much more for us to learn of Russian sausages, of which there are many. Having extensively sampled the beers I conclude that they are all the same. In England, before we set off, the chap before me in the bar ordered a Carling, a Stella and a Carlsburg. This left me confused... What's the difference? He could more easily have requested three pints of **** and saved the batman the trouble and pretence. Russian beer = larger. That's why they drink vodka. ...