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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... Alexander II was assassinated by a bomb on March 13, 1881 (the reference to Spilled Blood is to that of Tsar Alexander II's). The church was built by Tsar Alexander III, Alexander II's son, as a memorial. Construction was started in 1883 and completed in 1907 during the reign of Tsar Nicholas II.
The outside is iconic but what lies within is truly amazing. Every surface ...
... Great, he would turn on a fountain which completely drowned the late arriving guests, of course the kids were all there waiting for it to go off. Got back to the ship at 6.30pm and had to be back out again at 7.00pm for the Vodka Cruise so we ran to the buffet grabbed some food, back to the cabin and ate and then back out again. The cruise was well worth it, the sun set amazing. We got back to the ship at 11.30pm and we have another day to do in St. Petersburg ...
... I tracked down how to send a letter from Santa to Matt's (my boyfriend) nephew. All in all, it was quite a successful trip!!
So, that is some of the major stuff I have been doing here! I'll write again after Lapland (fingers crossed..) and I'll go into more detail about life here in Oulu; I haven't really done that yet!
My time here has been amazing so far! I can't believe I have just over a month left in Oulu! There will definitely be tears!
Love from Issi xo
... supermarket in the area - something I'll have to confirm in the future.
Tired and clock watching, we hurried back to meet our group at St Isaac's Cathedral for a canal cruise and our last night group dinner. The entrance to St Isaac's we find out is actually on the side not facing the river. Here, you can climb up to the dome level for views of the city. After a brief walk, we meet our boat and hit the waterways of St Petersburg. While I would've loved to do a night cruise, ...
... 90% of Jews born today. Needless to say, we thank G-d everyday that our grandparents made the choices they did, enduring the hardships of displacement, poverty and “otherness” so that we could avoid what was the next chapter of Russian Jewish history – genocide and the obliteration of Judaism.
We will be spending the next few days exploring the life of the Russian Jews in the pre-Soviet period and what Jewish renewal means ...