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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It's something of a miracle that the city ever recovered.
At the time of the war St Petes had already been relegated to a secondary status as the humourless bolsheviks had already decided that the former home of Russian Tsars was far too grand to serve as the communist capital, so they changed the name to Leningrad, and moved the furniture and everything else back to Moscow. ...
... and Paul plus a Portrait Room that is entirely portraits of peasants, mainly girls. Back outside the magnificent fountains are now flowing, hoards of tourists wandering around the fountains in front of the palace but we are still find good places for photos. We have a couple of hours to explore the gardens and manage to see the pier where the hydrofoils arrive from St Petersburg, all the fountains and the outhouses. We ...
... 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 of the Romanovs. Mete and uncle Emin went to the fortress. I unfortunately had to skip this part as I had in the meantime blisters on my foot due to the many kilometers walk which I'm not used to be. I preferred to stay and enjoyed the nice view of the terrace with a cold glass of Russian beer. When Mete and uncle Emin ...
... of Russia because Russian people are free, have the most beautiful women, the best country, the best folk songs. He also claimed that the CIA are responsible for the unrest in the Ukraine and that the American Presidents are mass murderers because of their actions in Afghanistan. He referred to Stalin affectionately as "Uncle Joe" and did not accept that he was a mass murderer. He claimed to have lived in ...
... her judgement. However, it was pleasing to hear she got back in one piece. I agree with her that in general that Russians do not appear to be that friendly & are unsmiling. But there have been exceptions to the rule.
I myself thought the scenery was absolutely stunning & will use a word I have picked up in respect of the buildings ...