Best Eastern Sonata Mayakovskaya Street

Address: Mayakovskogo St., 50/16, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191014, Russian Federation | B&B
 
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Churches and the Romanov's

A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 05, 2015

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... for home. The cab driver we approached wanted 600 roubles to take us about 12oo metres to our hotel, so we politely told him to stick it and set off for a walk, slowly. We made it OK then up to our room to finish packing and put the bags into the storage room and check out just made it by 2:00pm. We went to the pub for a late lunch and more Hoegarden, for which John was acquiring something of a liking! After lunch we sat in the sun until Julia arrived and it was off ...

Goritzy

A travel blog entry by pruzka on May 28, 2015

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... rich wife had another chapel or church built there in his memory. It was a base for trade and a place of protection for the rich Russians in time of war and was never destroyed or taken. Khruschev actually ordered the restoration of it which was a surprise to all especially the villagers and our very devout guide was quick to point out all of St Cyril's 'miracles'. Hard to describe, the insides were cavernous and cold and once 200 monks resided here. Now only 6 and ...

Peterhof Palace & Gardens

A travel blog entry by hulleys on Sep 26, 2014

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... as this is the time that the fountains are switched on. You stand on the terrace outside the palace, looking down the main cascade at the head of a canal which runs down into the Baltic sea. At 11:00 sharp a man comes out and turns on the fountains to the accompaniment of rousing classical music. All the fountains you can see (and there are many of them) suddenly burst into life - it was a wonderful sight and an occasion not to be missed. We then walked around ...

Palaces of the Romanovs, Faberge Eggs and Sable!

A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 29, 2014

... as beautiful as the gardens outside the Peterhof Palace about 40 minutes away. We didn’t have time to go inside the palace, which I heard paled in comparison to the other palaces, but it is known for its gardens. Peter the Great, like I mentioned before, was fascinated with assimilating Russia with European styles and technology and he brought over the engineers who knew how to make fountains, which were the newest fad at the time. He ordered for his gardens to be filled with so ...

Venice of the North

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 01, 2013

3 comments, 9 photos

... beautiful, filled with many old trees and very green. We passed a booth where for 500 roubles you could get dressed up in period costume...which I couldn't resist. Can't say that was on my list of things to do in Russia!

Following the Fontanka River, we made our way back to Nevskii Prospekt. On the way, Elena pointed out to me a very unusual but cute monument. During the siege of Leningrad, the population was starving. At first they ate dogs, then ...