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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... for coffee on the way back at the most amazing place on Nevsky Prospect, Betty's doesn't come anywhere near (see video ) hasn't downloaded from iphone, maybe tomorrow On our very weary and foot sore return to our accommodation we were told we had only booked for 2 nights, oh, what now, too tired to leave Fortunately our room was still vacant so we paid for an extra night ...
... complaining to themselves so there was minimal misery for both of us.
Wednesday 18th June
Started at 10 o’clock & were off in the car with Tatiana, to Pushkin, the former aristocratic village around the Summer Palace. On the way she pointed out how close the German army got to Leningrad in the 900 day siege from 1941 – 44 in the Great Patriotic War. This is marked with a huge memorial to those who died there ...
... an exchange in Moscow and spending a weekend in St. Petersburg. Those poor guys were scammed by the oldest trick of the world. Approached by beautiful woman to go to a bar where the prices were extremely high and they were now drinking and trying to forget about their loss. We spent some hours by dancing and partying and at the end of the night, both of us drunk as a lord, trying to go back to the hotel we stopped to have a night snack which we probably never eat if we were ...
... our Courtyard Marriott we are staying in, as well as another 5-star hotel in St Petersburg. He spoke about the hospitality and tourist industry, in addition to the Russian business environment in general. Afterwards, we ventured to the American Chamber of commerce for another informative introductory lecture on business in Russia. Tuesday (Today) started off with a fantastic 3 hour lecture by the Managing Partner and head of the St Petersburg Pricewaterhouse ...
By this time we were completely drained with the effects of this many days of travelling taking its toll. We had one more site in the area we wanted to see, the Banker's Bridge, so we hobbled over to it. It is a pedestrian footbridge which spans one of the canals. On each side of the bridge are two golden Griffiths "holding" the suspension cables up in their mouths. It is a lovely bit of architecture in a narrow road of the city. You can only imagine how charming ...