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5. Sovetskaya 21, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 193036, Russian Federation | B&B
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Russia at last

A travel blog entry by tricruiser


... the man reaching into a bag and he left when she screamed. That was fun! We set out for Peterhof, the home of Peter the great. The gardens and fountains are not to be believed. GOLD fountain statues...many GOLD fountains set on the banks of the Sea of Finland. The water for the fountains is not provided by pumps but by gravity in an ingenious way. Probably you can google this and the photos we can not provide. Same with the other sites we are seeing. The weather ...

Cathedrals and Galleries

A travel blog entry by almightyg73


... weapons that are so intricate you cant imagine why they were ever used in battle as so many man hours must have gone into creating them....I'm surprised wars weren't over by the time some of these were completed! You could literally spend the full day at this museum if you took your time round all of it however there was so much on offer and the old blisters were starting to rear their ugly blister head so I needed a break from it and headed off to check out the Church ...

Schnitzels, wiener, chicken kievs... and vodka.

A travel blog entry by avv78


... notably massive apartment blocks built in the soviet era. Our hotel was one of a few built for the 1980 Olympics where a mini city had been created to facilitate the thousands of visitors this area can hold. First on the cards was a visit to see Lenin's musoleum. Part of the fun was seeing just how serious all the guards are and how heavily protected it all is. Bit eery seeing the old chap just laying there and not too sure he ever thought a ...

April 2013

A travel blog entry by passera


... who's had nothing else to do all day) screams at us (in polish) to hurry up which we do our best. To no avail, we miss our connecting train to Vilnius. I should have done my homework (ie. we changed time zone and it's 1 hour ahead) Another passenger, a girl from Australia, is also stranded here with us. There's no ATM, no nothing, we don't speak polish or lithuanian and nobody speaks english. This is going to be fun. The train conductor waves to us and tells us (in sign ...

It's still light out????

A travel blog entry by kburavlov


In St. Petersburg it stays light for the longest time period. The sun rises at six o'clock and sets after 10. I think it is wierd that we eat at 9 and then sun is shinning in our eyes. In July in St. Petersburg the sun will stay up past midnight.I think it would be fun because I could play a long time outside. --Tatyana

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