Stary Nevsky Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The interior had a long rectangular hall with many columns. It didn't have the painted murals of other Orthodox Churches.
Worshippers were also standing in line to kiss sacred items.
... get back to the hotel to change into our glad rags as one was going to the Kirov to see Swan Lake.
St Petersburg, AKA Window to the West/Window of Europe/Venice of the North was built by Peter the Great. Endless bridges cross the waterways and streets are filled with beautiful architecture. Museums, palaces, theatres, concert halls and houses of the rich and famous take us back to a previous life when prominent people lived and worked in St Petersburg as writers, poets (such ...
... pirogi. These were not the Ukranian perogies we’re familiar with, but rather pie-like pastries filled with any of a wide range of fillings, both savory and sweet. We were each able to select two and most of us chose a savory and then a sweet. I had green onion (delicious) and apple pirogi … Cathy had salmon and blueberry, and the rest of the group all seemed quite happy with their choices and deemed this the best and most authentic (as in, the kind of ...
... Julia did a great job telling it. Our final stop was another church, St. Issac’s Cathedral. The cathedral’s dome is one of the largest in the world and is covered with 220 pounds of gold. It was commissioned by Alexander I in 1818 and took more than 30 years to build. Inside was as fabulous as the outside – beautiful art and gold (but much less than Peter and Paul’s).
We got back to the ship about 5:30 or so, but really ...