Nevsky Forum Hotel
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... to the brand new Faberge Egg museum which was AMAZING! A Russian BIllionaire bought the collection from Forbes in the USA and from other sources. THey only let in a few people each hour so it was a treat to have the museum to ourselves. This is something you can only book through certain tour companies (that we use) and way in advance. the on to a tour of the city by car. THe city feels more like a Parisian style city with wide boulevards and buildings no more than 6 ...
... in the stomach. The wound was fatal, but Pushkin clung on to life for two days after. He was brought back to his flat where he was laid on his sofa in his study. Word quickly spread of what had happened and his flat was soon flooded by friends and family to say goodbye. To keep the flood of strangers who also showed up informed, one of his friends scrawled "Pushkin" in charcoal on the door of the ...
Arrived in St Petersburg yesterday afternoon and went straight to the ship. We were supposed to be picked up yesterday morning at 5.15am and taken to the airport. Things got a bit nerve racking when the transport hadn't arrived by 5.40am and we were in the process of getting a taxii when he fronted up. went to a couple of places today in St.Petersburg - Peterhoff Palace and St.Isaac's church. Both were ...
... and it felt like an hour simply the best museum we have ever been to.
That evening it was time for our last dinner with the group and it was with the usual mix of happiness and sadness that it was all over. Another really amazing bunch to travel with and led by a more than capable CEO Mark. Leaving for the airport at 12:00 on Saturday with much to think about which we will wrap up when we get back to sunny ...
... both of our guidebooks, one of which especially recommended the seafood, and we felt rather seafood deprived. The food was indeed good. I had the salad bar, which was very Russian--lots of marinated veggies and tiny fish covered in dill. Then Marty had blini with sour cream and salmon caviar--something he was determined to try--though he passed on the Beluga for $200 a serving. I ordered mushroom soup. I thought it odd that ...