Stary Nevsky Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... be granted. Young children, apparently, hang out in the water beneath the rabbit hoping to collect some of the thrown coins as well. We returned to land and then walked across the bridge to the Hermitage.
The Hermitage is the most famous museum in St. Petersburg. It is housed in 5 of the buildings that were originally the city palace of the Royal family and contains hundreds of rooms and tens of thousands of exhibits. Viktoria had been, for the past ...
... ship – but I had noticed that they had wifi in the terminal so went in search of that and found a brilliant fast connection on the second floor- wasn’t free but only a few dollars for an hour so really didn’t grudge it at all.
We then headed back to the ship – dumped our gear in our cabin and back down to the International Café- a couple of quiches and some salad since we were both quite peckish but not really keen to do ...
... but was pleasantly surprised with everything we were served. It was modern, well presented and extremely tasty - so it was hats off to the Chefs.
After dinner there was plenty of entertainment planned for us to enjoy however I could feel a cold coming on so after a stroll around the deck to watch the beautiful sunset - which by the way was after 10.30pm – we retired to our cabins to get some much needed rest as we would need to be fit to tackle the program ...
... Great on his horse by Falconet, commissioned by Catherine and given to the city in 1782. We take pictures and move on to St. Isaac's Cathedral, the largest Russian Orthodox Church in the city, where we take more pictures of the famous colonnade.
As we stroll along, the Nevsky Prospect, St. Petersburg's main street, we have a chance to examine t he decorations on the buildings, admire the pretty ...
There is an enormous bowl of white roses on a table in the entrance to the lobby of our hotel, the Grand Hotel Europa on the Alexander Nevsky Prospect. The hotel, a member of the Orient Express chain, is elegant and understated and our room is sufficiently spacious, with ample closets, drawers, and provisions for anything we might need or want. From our room we can see the spires of the Church on Spilled Blood.
The Gastronome, ...