Nevsky Forum Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... staff was efficient and the security on the trains was relatively relaxed. Furthermore, the signage at the railway was in both Russian and English making it very straightforward as to where to locate our platform and train carriage position. We had booked seats in the Business Car (Car No. 2) and were looking forward to a comfortable and interesting four hour journey through the 800 kilometers of countryside to St Petersburg. When ...
After a good nights sleep and an early morning walk to a local 24 hour Eastern bloc style 7 eleven to buy a bottle of water - complete with noises and hand actions to make sure the water was flat and not sparkling, and avoiding the local lads who had had too much the night before, I went to breakfast. Breakfast was good for two reasons, viz., my stomach was back to normal and the enjoyment watching people for whom it was obvious that this was their first encounter ...
... compared to the other cities that were occupied by the Soviets after WWII.
I have a sheet with the Cyrillic alphabet so that I can try to read some of the street signs/menus/etc, but it is a very VERY slowwww process. Tonight is USA vs Germany in the World cup, so I am pretty excited to see what happens.
-- Ryan L.
Only on the Babson BRIC program would someone get to experience the teachings of Lenin, a Russian hockey game, and the wisdom from the managing partner of PWC St Petersburg, all within the same week. The past 8 days or so have been busy with a capital B, and have encompassed the wrapping up of our Russia in Modernity class on culture and history, many cultural excursions, and the start of our second Russian BRIC course; Business Environment in Russia.
... and child paintings now, having viewed them by painters of every age and from every European country, I believe. Then there are the Old Masters, the Rembrandts, Rubens, VanDykes, on and on and on. Then the impressionists and all the way up to Picasso, But in general each room is devoted to art of one country and in some cases of one artist. One needs to remember that originally this was a part time residence. Of course many of the ...