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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... things if you wanted to. I mean, you can literally get as close as you want, and take pictures and videos while you're walking around... So so good! In the hostel I was staying at, I was lucky enough to be staying in the same room as my, now, good friend, Alex. He was, effectively, my tour guide, guardian and Russian teacher for the duration of my stay here, and we visited all the major cathedrals in the city, and even managed to be part ...
... was travelling to Helsinki next week from Melbourne. Same flight via Singapore as me - not bad for that age. After my merge repast I set out for the train station for my long anticipated rail journey to St Petersburg. I walked a slightly longer route and saw some wonderful art nouveau buildings in a wealthier section of town - just wonderful as I loved that kind of architecture from high school days when I wanted to become an architect. In the middle of this ...
Well we have had an interesting day to say the least. We started off the day touring Peter & Paul Fortress, which we were not very amused by. The majority of the buildings were not open to be toured, which only left gates and small exhibits you had to pay for. Unknowingly at the time we paid for (what we thought was a ticked for the whole fortress) tickets that ended up being for a Medieval Torture exhibit- of ...
... your space with elbowing and stepping in front. It seemed to be a cultural thing. This was an amazing place but we just could not take it in!Everywhere the eye looks is something to see. The walls, ceiling, floors, light fixtures, hardware are all treasures, not just the objects of collected art. Mosaic floors are magnificent. Gold leaf is IN here!!! Catherine the great is responsible for a lot here. She kept the place private in her day. Nazis did a lot of damage as ...
... station and pointing to trains) we were on the right train. Once seated we started to worry about how we would know which stop to get off at, there wasn't a map on the trains like all the others and there wasn't any signage that wasn't written in the Russian letters. We were super screwed. Our internet on our phones didn't work and we were seriously starting to panic about how we would know what we were doing. Getting lost in Russia was not on our holiday plan.