Old Nevsky House
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... through the market which was selling lots of clothes, shoes hats and the like, it then wound through the Vegetable section before ending back on the street. We then headed back towards the hotel. We stopped of at a little market shop to get some water.. Looking around the shop they had a chest type freezer section with no lid on it...inside they had open boxes contains loose Cauliflower, loose Strawberries, loose slabs of sausage like Devon, some other crumbed chicken ...
... 8217;d put generous tips into envelopes labelled with their names in Russian, and a note on Julia’s that said thank you so much for a wonderful tour. She was mightily impressed at johns Russian, even when He admitted it was www translating. We ran into Neil and Ann in the terminal and compared st Petersburg stories. We'd all had a great time packed into three very busy days. Before heading off to our cabins we made plans to meet up for dinner in the Pizza restaurant for ...
... too tired but most usually are simply "not in the mood".
Michelangelo's Restaurant* is part of the Official State Hermitage Museum Hotel, although to look at, seems like a separate building and business. It looked classy but casual - and just what we needed. We booked a table for the evening, although at 7.30 pm in the long days of May, it seemed like the middle of the afternoon.
The staff at Michelangelo's was fantastic; friendly and ...
... by Tsar Peter, following his victory over the Swedes who had controlled the region, and named in honor of the Saint he was named after. Many attribute the defeat of the Swedes the key event to propelling Russia into a respected world power, and no longer a series of regional kingdoms in the eastern hinterlands. This was the aim of Tsar Peter, who had traveled to the kingdoms of Europe as a young ruler to see the mechanisms ...
... the screen in and screaming incoherently for 3 minutes, Steve was hauled out the back door and sentenced to spend the rest of his days toiling in the salt mines.
That only happened in Steve's head. We then decided to head back upstairs where we'd last bought our tickets and the ever so kindly lady said "Nyet" and pointed us downstairs again. Steve approached another guard who pointed us upstairs again so we climbed to the very ...