Nevsky Hotel Moyka 5
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... bridge railings painted blue, green, or red and so named each bridge by the colour because the natives were illiterate. Reference could be made to the Red Bridge as the meeting spot instead of the street name. Beautiful city but no one riding bikes. Driving is crazy with drivers cutting in front or around each other, no signals used, hell for a cyclist. Maybe winter 8 months of the year is another ...
... steakhouse like Ruth Chris or something. There were 2 different kinds of filet mignon - one from New Zealand and one from Russia. Since we fell in love with NZ steak when we were there we got one of each so we could compare. Sure enough - NZ beef still has a very distinct flavor. It's delicious! The Russian one was good too though. They were huge - 12oz each and that was the only size. It was our most expensive meal by far but still cheap ...
I found a website that offered door to door guided tours for $49 for both the Hermitage, Peterhof, and Pushkin. I planned on doing one each day but when I went to book it the price was based on a group of 10 people so for me to do it solo was $200 each. I decided to do them all myself and skip Pushkin as it was a bit harder to get to by suburban ...
Day started a little earlier than intended when we were woken by a dripping sound at 5.45. I thought it might have been the shower and got up and stepped in a puddle on the carpet. It turned out our air-conditioning unit was dripping from the ceiling vent and splashing all over our suitcases - so much for a sleep-in. We decided to shower and dress before informing the front desk and by that time breakfast was on so while ...
... cites. Cathedrals, monuments, squares, canals a.s.o.
On the second day we went to the Hermitage museum. I´ve never seen so many Cezane, Monet, Renoir, Picasso and Gaugain paintings in one place, truly impressive.
Later at night (00.20) we entered the night train to Moscow. The cabins were so small that we had to take turns to turn around :-) Since I´ve got a little cold with fever and runny nose it was not easy to get any sleep in the tiny, little much to warm ...