I used the one with ADSL connection in the telephone/telegraph office on Oktyabrskaya prospekt 17.
When you go in you have to state how long you want to use it for (they don't speak English), then you get a piece of paper with which you go into the main hall to counter 3, 4 or 5 and pay and then you bring the stamped paper back and choose a computer to your liking.
Make your secret wishes come true
When you are visiting Izborsk fortress ( just some 20km from Pskov) follow the arrows behind the walls that tell "Slavenske Kliutchi". One of the guides said that there are 12 springs coming from the stone and another that there are 7 springs. Both can be true. Because it depends how you are counting. Most of springs are joining into one main waterfall.
But is not only the beauty that attracts people to the place. It is a place were you can make your most secret wish. Springs have names "Health", "Beauty", "Long life", etc.
You have to take some water in your palms, make a wish and swallow 3 gulps, then spill the remains of water on the ground. The procedure should help to make your wish come true.
Personal comment: I am not sure if my wish comes true- it was made on longer terms....But my friend that day suffered a bad attack of migrene. She said the "Health" spring worked.....
Make a nice walk across town!
My favourite way of killing time in Pskov was walking along the Velikaya river in summer and walking on the Velikaya river in winter. Don't forget to walk in the Ledny sad and have a nice picnic in Finsky Park.
Church of St. Alexander Nevsky
The Church of St. Alexander the Nevsky was built in 1907 – 1908 for the Omsk's regiment of the Russian army in a so-called "Russian style", which looks really like a combination of many other architectural styles. The church was consecrated to St. Alexander Nevsky, a Russian ruler made a saint (a frequent arrangement in many places) for his defense of Russia from the Swedish troups in the 13th century. The red-brick building has one huge dome (of a pretty strange shape, one must admit), smaller ones, and a bell tower with a classic dome of a conical shape. It has recently been restored and functions as a military church of Pskov.
The monument of Alexander Nevsky
Go to Sokolya (Falcon) Hill to see the monument/memorial to the prince Alexander Nevsky, who is honored in these parts mostly for his victory over the Teutonic Knights at Chudskoye Lake in 1242. The impressive sculpture group was unveiled on June 24th 1993, when Pskov was celebrating its 1090th anniversary. The monument, on Sokolya hill, just outside the town, stands along the route that the Russian warriors took to the "Battle on the Ice". I actually was on a cruise of the lake and we were shown the exact place where the battle happened. The idea was that the armaments of the Teutonic Knights were too heavy, so they drowned. This shows what cunning can do in battle - Alexander Nevsky was a realist in state affairs, and knew there was no way for the Russian (disunited, by the way) troupes to win otherwise. Just outside of the town.