History Hotel Angliyskaya Embankment
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for a good public gathering. The streets are loaded with street performers, galleries, cafes, and pedestrian traffic, much like you’d imagine in Paris or Rome. Of course, all this is depending on the weather of the day, which can change immediately and drastically. But, overall, St. Petersburg is a must visit. The museums, architecture, canals, cathedrals, and people make this one of the most pleasant cities I’ve ever visited. ...
... lot of people. Inside Mir is very nice with a large common area with kitchen and internet. Its split into two floors, with the upper floor reached with a staircase so steep that they have had to cut spaces for your knees out of each step. I found Mir to be a fantastic place to stay. Staff are friendly and helpful and I met a lot of nice interesting people staying there. I would definitely stay here ...
... of the girls poses, but failed… both Luke and I, and the rest of the group would attempt over and over to perfect the Russian Pose. I think only one of us in the Group truly managed it (and looked amazing doing it) and she could possibly out-pose a Russian woman. It truly is a skill.
Luke and I also attempted the selfie numerous times on this trip… you will never see them. In all there were either too many double chins,up nostril shots (to correct the double ...
... We even found a North American guy who was fluent in Russian to help us and after an hour and a half and being sent to 3 different ticket booths we gave up and decided to try again the next day.
Our next stop was the Hermitage. What can we say about the Hermitage? It’s tough to think of enough words to describe it…. So we won’t…. Instead just know that it is amazing, that you didn’t know whether you should be staring at the Da ...
... though this was on the main street. I had switched my travel vest for my adidas jacket which is fairly lightweight, but still totally impractical in 25 degree + heat, and I soon put it back in my daypack, meaning wallet, camera and phone would have to stay in my jeans. I carried on, feeling like a pickpocket's dream, being overly paranoid about checking my pockets every 5 seconds, and now the real tourist hawkers were a distraction too, river cruises, church tours, bus ...