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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... few moments in the cruise terminal with the Russian passport inspectors. I handed over my paperwork, and the woman in a spotless, starched uniform spent a long time comparing my passport with whatever was on her computer screen.
Finally she printed out a day pass with my name and other details in English and Cyrillic characters, to be collected when we returned to the ship after our eight hour tour.
It was about ...
... in 2000, with complete historical accuracy, which really surprised me because it looks hundreds of years old. I thought our tour guide made a mistake when she told us the dates. The cathedral is just as ornate as any other and yet it was built in my lifetime. That seems absolutely crazy to me because I didn’t think people knew how to achieve that kind of craftsmanship anymore. I had another surprise when I went into the gift shop and followed a staircase way, way down into ...
... very useful to him as it turned out.
Hotel Vesta turned out to be a lovely little hotel. I had emailed them last April about a booking, but never got a reply and so used Booking.com. When we arrived they asked if I had made two bookings, but explained I'd never received confirmation from my email which puzzled them but we got a lovely large room on the fourth floor with no lift. Don't know if this was for ...
... museum is located. I headed south from St Isaacs, following the map in my lonely planet guide (looking like a total tourist). I soon found Kuznechny Ulitsa (Street) and found the flat. The area hasn't changed all that much. I didn't go into the museum because apart from the fact it was closed, hardly anything in the flat is his original belongings.
*SPOILER ALERT FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO READ "CRIME AND PUNISHMENT"*
Dostoyevsky set Crime and Punishment in ...
... no evidence of the
former Soviet Union in St. Petersburg. The city is modern, clean,
and, we saw virtually no indication of any poverty or homelessness;
and, we believe we visited every corner of the city. As the weather
is pleasant only three months of the year, most Russians plan their
weddings for the summer...everywhere we went, we ran into beautiful
bridal parties celebrating and taking pictures in the parks and
cathedrals, enjoying ...