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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... I was her friend, visiting from England. Voices were raised and an argument broke out (I was still frozen by the way) the girl looked like she was getting upset, but then things seemed to calm down and the policemen apologised and let us go. The girl then gave me her train ticket and disappeared into the crowd. I was shocked to say the least... I mean, what the actual...? One minute I thought I was spending the night in ...
... and Oranienbaum. Dotted with sparkling fountains, the Lower Park and Upper Gardens flow effortlessly into the shady and romantic glades of Alexandria, forming a unique fusion of regular and landscape parks. The Peterhof Museum Complex is rightfully regarded as the "capital of fountains." Included in the state register of most valuable cultural objects of the Russian Federation, Peterhof now bears the proud title of one of the "Seven Wonders of Russia." Although photography is ...
This is a much delayed blog entry, our apologies! We wrote the St Petersburg blog using the iPad whilst it was offline, then updated the blog online before reloading the iPad ... and lost all of the blog entry that we had done! Here is a quick canter through what we got up to in St Petersburg and the last part of our trip through Northern Europe, Scandinavia and Russia.
The train journey from Moscow took ...
... going through gardens to the Bronze Horseman Statue, along the Neva River, crossing bridges to the Peter and Paul Fortress before crossing back to meet some of our group at the Church of Spilled Blood. We took a break in an area on Hare Island, after walking along an artificial beach, then seeing the giant hare the island is presumably named for. It was a beautiful walk that took us away from the bustle of the downtown and an opportunity ...
... and its population decimated by 2/3rds during WWII. Leningrad never surrendered but many of the palaces which are located outside of the old town were plundered and set on fire. But they have all been reconstructed.
We went first to the Yusupov Palace. Yusupov was a Muslim from Siberia who became the wealthiest man in all Russia. It has its own theatre which was in the ...