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

    Day 22 - St Petersburg, Russia

    A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 19, 2014

    9 photos

    ... of the Kremlin, and ask for the Russian nuclear launch codes. He ended up leaving the bus sitting in the middle of a street, and the concept of leaving the AC running to cool off the bus never crossed his mind. No tip for him either. Before we get off the bus Natasha gives each one of us a wireless headset to listen to her. Seriously? We didn't listen to her when we didn't have something to look at. Now that we have sights ...

    Behind the Baroque Facades

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 28, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... career.

    We took a peek into the Soviet Arcade Museum. A group of hipsters had collected a whole bunch of pinball and shoot em up machines from the Soviet era 70's and '80's and turned them into a groovy cafe. Very similar to the games Steve used to play in Dunedin during the same era. But in Russian, and located in a rundown courtyard.

    Look behind the beautiful facades all over St Petersburg and many rundown, ...


    A travel blog entry by tmason29 on Sep 17, 2013

    ... area would have been quite glamorous in their day, They are now dirty, crumbling, with the elegance hidden behind the grime, but it is there if you look.

    St Peterburg is made up of the poor and millionaires and not much in between.
    Tomorrow we will see the better side(Luxury of )this city, so it should prove an interesting day.
    Well goodnight all and I will fill you in on the rest after I have seen it xx


    Day 5 - Peter and Paul church/Peterhof

    A travel blog entry by billc507 on Sep 10, 2013

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... was much smaller. 1 million residents were lost and 1 million soldiers killed in defense of the city. Overall 30 million Russians were killed in the war. Hard to imagine those kind of numbers. This morning we visited Peter and Paul's church which is on a island across from the Hermitage. This is where the Russian Tsar's are buried including the last one Nicholas the 2nd. They did not start looking for his body until after the Soviets were gone. I have never seen ...


    A travel blog entry by kerryb on Jul 26, 2013

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... recommend this hotel to other clients visiting Saint Petersburg). We than set off for the Hermitage Museum . . . . . . . in the wrong direction . . . . . so we had quite a pleasant walk about for about 45 minutes before we figured out how to get there. (Ted T you are exactly correct when you said this was a must see in Saint Petersburg.) The art and artists, and the palace were well worth the additional walk we had to start ...