Nevsky Forum Hotel
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... left Harold dormant, as mode of transport has ventured now toward ferries, and sleeping arrangements ranging from 4 star hotels to the floor of the ferry (last night). It all began in Helsinki-
Helsinki – Helsinki provided us with the now all too familiar charm of Scandinavian cities. Minus the price tag of Norway (and in the much more wallet friendly Euro) and plus the beaches that scatter its coast. Our first afternoon was leisurely spent by one of ...
... who cry often, Ivan is so adorable in this aspect! I wish I have known better about how to hold a baby. He is the most lovely baby I have ever seen.
Doing couchsurfing is like living with the family. Don't feel like that you are an outsider. Act as you are one of them. Talk to them about your experience, have meals together (I am sure the host families are willing to cook for one more person), help them with the ...
... For Entrees (or mains) Doug had Herb crusted NZ rack of lamb and I had Fillet Mignon with side order of mashed potato, asparagus and various mushrooms really very nice. For dessert, Doug had berry cobbler with ice-cream and I had lemon meringue tart. Then the waiters brought out a small chocolate mud cake for Doug’s birthday which we asked them to pack up – there was no way we could eat that then !
We hit set the wake up call and hit the sack ...
... too. After wandering around the rest of the site, it was getting pretty late and Katie wanted to go and check out another museum, so we headed out. On the bridge on the way out there was a little rabbit statue off to the side. The idea was to hit the rabbit with a coin and I guess it gave you good luck? I headed over the main bridge back to the other side of the Neva and happened to see a guy standing outside the fortress in ...
The day dawned cloudy and cool. After a quick breakfast we were off to Peterhof Gardens and Pavilions. Our guide Natalie (Natasha is also correct for you Rocky & Bullwinkle fans) was delightful and informative. Here's what we learned on our way: - Housing in St Petersburg. The Soviets gave away free communal apartments. That didn't work out so well. Only 10%252525252525252525252525252525252525 2525252525252525 of the population still lives in communal apartments - ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed