Hotel Saint Petersbourg
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... loved our time there. We had 6 nights/5 full days and could have easily stayed longer. It kinda just draws you in. We luckily stayed in an apartment very close to the major sites and did not have to rely on the metro much (although I would have liked to use it more than Kevin). Paris is a bustling city, yet you can easily pass time strolling along the Seine river, people watching from a park bench, or picnicking on the lawn of the Eiffel Tower. You can also ...
... looked for a bathroom in the strangely accessible legal building that is connected to the church. We failed after much searching once we realized the stick figures on signs we were seeing of a man and woman were actually for the elevator and not a bathroom. We saw lots of lawyers walking around in black robes and white trim (think judge in the US) before we headed east to pick up the middle of Rick Steves' historic Paris walk.
... we were victorious. Found her. Got a pic. Well Erik did - my cell phone declared itself full exactly at the moment I went to take a picture. Well I got one bad one first before I worked my way into the optimum spot.
We then decide that the #2 ticket is Napoleon's quarters since we were unable to see Versailles. L is already starting to complain and we have to get to the other side. Did I mention the ...
... them on a small piece of bread. Matthew went first and said it was delicious. Renee and I had a harder time working up to eat them, but when we did, we also discovered that they were delicious! The snails were in a pesto type sauce, which was mostly what you tasted. They weren't really rubbery and all in all were a great starter. I ordered the onion soup, which I had never had before. It also was delicious. The soup came with three pieces of ...
... wonderful horse statues. Wanted to buy one Then onto the Metro, and home. An hour on the bed doing the blog and I am off again, into the shopping centre at the Citadines. Bought a jumper. Then into the Cafe O Jules for dinner. The lovely tall waiter said hi and wondered where you were. And he sent our lovely waitress to serve me. Rump steak ... Medium. Delicious. Watching the passing parade. I cried when I said goodbye. Off to Munich tomorrow. I'll miss this place. ...