Radisson Sonya Hotel
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... is really a vast theme park now with any local and foreign visitors. I didn't pay to go into the various museums just into the church itself to see where the tsars from the time of Peter the Great were buried. It is here where the exhumed bodies of the Nicholas II and Alexandra and their daughters are buried. (There is still forensic work being done to establish the identity of the remains of Alexiy their son before the church will allow internment.) the ...
... became popular as not only was I American, but also the only foreigner there. The questions Russians (and most people for that matter) ask is,"why are traveling to Russia?" My usual response is because no one else does. The next question is where are you going and for how long. As most of you know this is a question with a long answer, but I patiently answer it multiple times as the evening progresses. During the night met a few interesting ...
... money but hey you live and learn
Good thing is Ive finally seen the sun today as its been grey every day since I got here so good to get some vitamin D on my skin for a change.
Did a bit more planning and sorting today while I had some time on my hands and somehow Ive managed to lose my train ticket to Moscow....thankfully out of all the train and boat tickets I have its the only one that was an ...
... at the door and then were seated to a 4 course meal including soups, appetizers and cabbage/meat rolls. We then walked through the Summer Palace's gardens, stopping to braid leaves into really cool leaf hats before returning to our hotel.
Today (Monday) we discussed Lenin and communism, and watched a film on the October Revolution. Class in the afternoon was followed by complimentary (thank you prof Coyle for knowing the owner of the ...
... to go, though, as it provides the views that the visitors to the palace in Peter's time would have seen as they approached the palace by canal.
The first thing you see is the fašade of the building and, sloping down from the palace, a large, tiered fountain covered with statues and other ornate decorations. Even without the water running, it was a site to behold. When we walked up, we were about 10 minutes away from the official fountain opening ceremony. ...