Park Inn Pulkovskaya
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Today I arrived at St Petersbourg.It is incredibel!!!I didn īt see a big part of the town but I will begin to visit tomorrow .Count on me to tell you what I saw.Bye!
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I came home to mid-semester break. This meant no classes all week! So my group of friends and I decided we should go on a road trip!! We booked a van for the 8 of us, and decided on Kuopio; a little ...
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We decided to do little tour of the Peter and Paul Fortress thanks to the write up in Lonely Planet and it sounded like the place to be!!! So off we went. Spent a fortune as you do, being a tourist in Russia apparently means you have money and so they charge you a bomb and you have no idea otherwise.
The Fortress was great, I caught up on all my history of the Tsars family and ...
... I peered over the railing, and was greeted by a very friendly English girl from reception. She checked me in, showed me to my room quietly, and I went to sleep for a few hours. She said she would show me around when I get up, but by the time I woke up, I thin k she had finished. The girl at reception now, I think she's confused by me. The disadvantage of checking in at 6AM. I need to get food, drink, and find a drug store, my throat is killing me.
... few hours wandering around. The red squirrels were very tame and would eat out of your hand if you had nice things to feed them. We tried it with acorns but they weren’t impressed. We also saw a man feeding nuthatches from his hand – we’ve never seen that before.
Although the sun was shining, it was getting a bit cold and Jayne had been bitten on the face by a mosquito and was starting to resemble the Elephant Man so we went for the boat back, ...