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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... differences. Independence fot Donetsk is postponed as everyone looks over the crowd for a small Chinese woman with a bright red cap.
Finally I see her in the distance. It turns out Sisi realized we forgot to close the hotel window and returned to close them.
And then...the Hermitage. What an experience.
Let me first admit that I would not be myself if I did not observe our human behaviour as from a distance so: ...
... most incredible thing about the palace was not simply it’s beauty but the fact that what we were looking at had all been painstakingly restored by teams of archeologists, scientists and of course very talented craftsman and artists. You see during World War II the Germany army attempted to capture the city of St. Petersburg and in the process ended up using many of the ancient palaces of the tsars as bunkers and barracks. The Nazi forces did ...
... or pancakes, at the local vegetarian cafe. They were delicious and relatively cheap. Afterward we found the Мегаф 86;н store for SIM cards. As the salesman was saying that he doesn't speak English, the woman to our left replied in perfect English,"don't worry I can translate for you." We were saved. For 800 ruples each we managed to get SIM cards with 5gb of data valid for 30 days in ALL of Russia, most ...
... the meaning of individual lives. Truly the hardest day we have spent abroad so far.
The weekend started with an abrupt change in mood, as we all tried to shake off the events of the day with a St Petersburg hockey game. Their team in the KHL was called Ska, and I was surprised to learn that they had poached several NHL players to come play for them...Kovalchuk being the most noticeable. We all sipped beer and cheered them to a 4-1 victory over a visiting ...
... Steff, who may be the maitre d', heard of my ill health and has said he (or one of his charges) will go to a pharmacy tomorrow morning and get me some cold medications. So with that promise, I will use the meagre and possibly expired supply Rowland and I found at the bottom of our toiletry bags, and hopefully I'll be okay to go to the Hermitage tomorrow. I really do NOT want to miss that, but I could not see myself trying to sniffle quietly through a ballet performance ...