Park Inn By Radisson Nevsky St. Petersburg Hotel
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... St. Petersburg (which is about 10 hours from Moscow, and probably more than twice that from the eastern Ukraine border).
Our first tour of St. Petersburg left in the early afternoon, and was titled "local experience." After passing through customs (at least they stamp your passport here!), we headed out on the tour. First, we rode the local metro, which is beautiful. It’s one of the deepest in the world, and it feels like you are riding an escalator to ...
... along the river. There are picture-ready views of the Hermitage complex and the city along the south bank of the river from this platform.
After touring the fortress we wanted to make our way back into town for piroshkis at a popular local bakery. It was very overwhelming with all the delicious looking options but without a way to know what was inside as all the signs in the bakery were in Russian. Also the women who worked at ...
... 8pm and when we came back to our room we went past a club hostess stand to get to our room.
After drinks we walked along one of the canals to dinner, crossing multiple unique bridges and absorbing all the incredible buildings and churches along the way. It was a clear, warm night, and people were out walking along the boulevards and riding in boats along the canals. We passed the Church of the Spilled Blood, a colorful onion-domed church ...
... sunny afternoon.
And so, finally, at 11:30pm we were all done and now were standing around (and standing around) discussing (and discussing) what to do about dinner. Gray and I said we were going to walk back to the hotel (about 10 mins away, maybe 15 at a stroll) but this generated alarm all round so we were driven a very long way through heavy traffic. Grateful, we fled upstairs for our odd dinner of bananas, sweet wafers and chips. The others, we learned, didn't get to bed until ...
Had a great night's sleep at the Sofitel airport hotel. Not a sound from people or planes - the windows must be two inches thick! The hotel is just a short walk from the terminal, all under cover, which makes life very easy. Headed through security at Terminal 5. Giggly woman and chatty bloke manning the entry into the X-ray machines, so the queue was very slow. They obviously could do with some training on customer ...