- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... driving past en route to the hotel.
St. Petersburg is a beautiful city (the parts we drove through at least). We are staying by one of the main streets with lots of shops, pubs, and restaurants. We walked along this main street and passed a few bridges and a canal where a few boat-restaurants and private boats were. It is a ...
... but eventually we got through Drive to St Petersburg madly like the Russians, heck, well done Brian, found where hotel was right in the centre but could we get in? Because it is cheap (for the centre) £41 per night, we are staying in old Russian apartments formerly occupied by Russian citizens during the Stalin era, very atmospheric, but it is all concrete blocks, locked iron gates and concrete stairs, we are 4 blocks up Wine and food now Peter and Paul Fortress tomorrow ...
... city center and meet the rest of the group.
On our way we passed next to the St. Petersburg Mosque. The mosque was founded in 1910 and patterned by the architect Nikolai Vasliyev. Unfortunately the mosque was closed due to a renovation so we could only view it from outside. We met the group who found a nice terrace, Cafe-terrace Alye Parusa, with a good view to the Neva river and to the 'Peter and Paul Fortress', where also the cathedral is located with the tombs ...
... but this one actually had me fooled; being well overweight, badly dressed, and sporting a hair style which had been produced with a lawn trimmer she wasn't selling herself well. Even her sales technique was badly thought out, opening words as she overflowed the bar stool next to me was "you vant me in your room, yes" ... Only if I'm in need of a Plummer pet! Come on Radisson you can do better than ...
... the second largest collection of artworks in the world (behind the Louvre), and its said that if you spent one minute looking at every item in it's collection it would take 5 years to see it all. The collection is housed in the Winter Palace, which housed the royal family from the early 1700's until 1917 when it was stormed by the revolutionaries. It is monumentally big and has 1,500 rooms. The building is now the site of the museum ...