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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with mosaics. EVERYTHING! It was incredible! And because all the pictures were made of tiles instead of paintings, the colors didn’t fade and everything was really vibrant. To think about how much work went into making all this artwork is just mindboggling.
After seeing the church we parted ways and I came back to the hostel. Another big day of walking around and my knees are really starting to ...
We searched for an hour near our hotel and finally found the laundromat and were relieved to let the Babushka do our laundry for us. Yay, clean laundry! We then tried to get our train ticket to Tallinn, Estonia. The week before we'd successfully managed to purchase our tickets to Moscow, with a little bit of written Russian from our hostel helpers. This time we had some written instructions from our guide, Olga, but the train Gods weren't ...
... it sound like the end of the world however only the night before I had watched the first Hostel movie where backpackers have their passports taken by hotels and then can't escape. Ok so I know I have a vivid imagination but still you can't blame a girl for being cautious.
My hotel room was adequate. It wasn't 5 stars but was clean, had a hot shower and was all mine. I couldn't complain at all for the level of accommodation in comparison to the price I paid. That night I met ...
... our hotel, we decided on a short walk this time rather than a taxi, haha. As much as the church was a picture perfect view from outside it was even better on the inside. The whole interior was filled with beautiful mosaics, including the roof. The church was completed in 1907 and was built on the site where Tsar Alexander II was assasinated, hence the name. After admiring the beautiful church that is quite often what comes to mind when St. Petersburg is mentioned, we ...
... Some of the vehicles and trams we have passed today I think are around the 1940 - 50's era. The Palace we visited today was huge. One room alone was 1000 sqaure meteres, and there are hundreds and hundreds of room. The palace was 4 stories high and back home would take up at least 2 streets wide and deep. Busy again, sick of doing the old persons shuffle when visiting these places, but little option with so ...