Assembly Pension

32/1, Sadovaya Street, # 170, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191023, Russian Federation | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Downtown/Center City/Historic Area area of St. Petersburg, is near Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan (Kazansky Sobor), Immanuel Kant's Grave, Sennaya Ploshchad, and Vladimir Nabokov Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

    Running out of Superlatives

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 07, 2014

    65 photos

    ... and refurbished in keeping with the way it used to be. I kind of struggled to align in my head this extremely extravagant building and the money which must have been spent to restore it with the images we used to see of people in Russia queueing for food and groceries. In fact it wasn’t just the palace but also the other churches we visited which also had been restored obviously at great cost. Mind you so glad they had been as they were all ...

    Behind the Baroque Facades

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 28, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... any usurpers who threatened the new Communist regime in 1918. Lots of mass graves and bodies found years later. Terrifying stuff.

    We tried to get into the Military Museum but, alas, it was closed. This was one museum Steve was keen to see - tanks, field guns, ICBM's - all the good stuff. We got a couple of photos from out the front as a compensation, but no chance of standing in front of the legendary T 34 or T 90. If you're ...

    Peter and Pancakes

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 27, 2014

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... or in Russia's case, a western social scene which deviates from the cultural norm, had set up shop. Great tour and highly recommended.

    Back to the hotel for the obligatory snooze before joining the group for an excursion into the burbs to meet up with Svetlana and her family. Svetlana, her husband Sasha and their daughter Nadine, live in a Communal Flat. This was the society norm up until 1991 when the USSR broke ...

    Stamps in the passport

    A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Sep 13, 2013

    56 photos

    ... stickiest dance floor imaginable and smoking lounges we instead raided the duty free shop for chocolate and wine and then resided in our cabin to rest up for exploring the next day. Greeted by a Russian immigration official with teardrop facial tattoos was enough to ensure we would be making our return ferry. After the quick bus trip to our four star hotel we ventured forth. Stepping out into Russia is a culture shock not felt throughout mainland Europe. From the ...

    Back in the USSR

    A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Jul 25, 2013

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... a building which is architecturally ornate on the outside which necessitates photos. Realise it's a shop so wander inside to discover a very large pineapple sitting in the centre. It's a plush coffee shop with exquisite cake displays and cheese, meat, fish and caviar counters. Time for a brew. There's seating around the girth of the pineapple with tables. I've not had a cup of tea since leaving home as I drink coffee when travelling on account that ...