Radisson Sonya Hotel
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... of churches - the Church of the Spilled Blood...where Emperor Alexander 2 was killed ( they did that a lot too...just knocked them off). he was very revered so they built the church over the place he was killed jutting out into the canal so the cobble stones whee his blood ran were included inside the building. Painted in red greens, browns, blues blacks and plenty of gold, it is the most stunning church I have seen. The inside of the church has no paintings ...
... devote to the museum, we wanted to ensure it was concentrated on the parts which most interested us. I am not really sure if this was a good decision as it was not all that easy to find our way around even with the museum pamphlet's floor plan. Like Asif, we had found the small numbers posted above some of the doors but it was still confusing as it is not just one building but several structures connected form inside.
... potatoes. They were both delicious and super tender, but I was fading fast and every bite was leading me closer to falling asleep on the table! We grabbed the check - $54 for 2 waters, a glass of wine, bread, the food plus tip - and headed back. We were with a crowd going back though and we wondered if there were fireworks. Yep - and we had the perfect view from our window! That was awesome. Apparently overly enthusiastic clapping for ballet and fireworks is ok, just not for ...
Today we had the 1st of 2 full days of touring St. Petersburg. Jan and Graeme, a couple from Australia, arranged these two days as well as our tours to Berlin and in Tallinn. Being able to arrange private tours with fellow cruisers is one of the great things about Cruise Critic. The tours are usually half the cost or less and the ...
... in. What a fabulous sight greets us. The walls and ceilings of the church are completely covered with mosaic and the floor with designs in marble. It was built over the spot where Alexander was killed and has been restored to its former glory wonderfully. It isn't even crowded as this a late evening visit which means we can appreciate it more. We then set off to find a bar mentioned in a recent Guardian article. It means ...