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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... bit and to pop into the fancy 'Art Nouveau' grocery store that Viktoria raved about. I found some macaroons, like the ones we’d had in Paris, and couldn’t resist buying a box with the plan to share them with John, Lorie, Doug and Carrie, but once I got them out of the store I realized there were only 5 in the box, so Cathy and I were forced to eat the lot ourselves (as it turned out, a fortunate decision, because by the time we ...
... use the pass, to which we tried to assure her we understood, in our best English, that we actually wanted 2 passes!
With a queue building up behind it was a just bit embarrassingly comical but we eventually got the passes.
Maybe, if you don’t have a disaster story to tell it could be that you are just not trying hard enough!
Made it into the city and found the main Tourist Information office then ...
... and quality of the apartment.
Nevsky Prospekt (Avenue) is famous throughout Russia and was originally planned by Peter the Great as the beginning of the road leading to Moscow. A few of its many sights include the Stroganov Palace, 18th century churches and cathedrals, an enormous 18th-century shopping mall and a mid-19th-century department store. The author, Dosteovsky, used the avenue as a setting in several of his works. The Nevsky ...
... end with a fountain, and to have tricky fountains from time to time, and by tricky, I mean they were meant to randomly spray the Tsars for his entertainment. We left to Catherine's Palace, were we saw more of the incredible wealth of the Romanovs, including the Amber room. We finished the tour by going back to the city and seeing St. Isaac's Cathedral. At the end of the day we took our train to Helsinki, ...
... who told us he was Croation and in fact is Natasha Stott-Despoya's uncle, and he said he had been in Moscow and St Petersburg for 16 days, and thoroughly enjoyed it, but felt the people were not welcoming. I can understand this reaction, as they could help English speaking people, if they want to encourage tourists, by simply adding English onto much of the signage in the tourist areas. Without the Internet at your fingertips,or a guide it is quite difficult. Jeff and ...