Pio Bed & Breakfast on Mokhovaya Street

Address: Mokhovaya St., 39, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191028, Russian Federation | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Downtown/Center City/Historic Area area of St. Petersburg, is near Smolny Cathedral, Bank Bridge, Bolsheokhtinsky Bridge, and Egyptian Sphinxes.
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      Here and there..

      A travel blog entry by issit on Nov 15, 2013

      153 photos

      ... ended up going to this cute little place around the corner. They sent over a Spanish waiter as a surprise for our Spanish friends. This turned out to be a nightmare because he didn't speak English, and we were all looking at English menus, he had a Finnish menu, and the girls were struggling to keep switching from English to Spanish so much. It was a mess, and he got a few things wrong in the order, but it was a delicious meal! I may have payed around 30 euro for it, but I had ...

      Petergrad, Leningrad, no wait it's St Petersburg

      A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Apr 03, 2013

      54 photos

      ... Apparently they then found out that a little bit of felt and some wire doesn’t stop the in mates from tapping on the floor and communicating this way. They had a very complex system of taps for the alphabet and created their own Morse code.

      The Cathedral in the Fortress was amazing!!! I have never seen so much gold in my life!!! Everywhere you looked there was gold and a white marble tomb stone. Peter the Great is buried in here with his wife. ...

      Ballerinas and a Day off

      A travel blog entry by waywardtraveler on Jul 13, 2012

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... just as the lights are dimming and the symphony begins to play. We had balcony seats, but there weren't many people up there so we took seats in the balcony private box center stage and had it all to ourselves. The Hermitage and Bolshoi theaters are probably more famous, but The Palace theater is something and holds at most 400 people. So it was quite intimate. But I still didn't know what ballet we were watching!!!
      Well it wasn't but ...


      A travel blog entry by aborder on Sep 25, 2011

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... m convinced when I return each evening to my hostel, the back of my jacket will be full of dry spit! I had this effect in central America as well.

      St Petersburg, Leningrad, Peteograd, Piter, however you may know this city, I did not know it's the fourth biggest city in Europe! In my mind, I imagined a quaint city, something resembling York, for example, but when I arrive by bus from ...

      Winter Palace Wonderland

      A travel blog entry by mleary on Sep 11, 2011

      13 photos

      Our first stop was the Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood. This church was build on the site where Alexander II was assassinated and is dedicated to his memory. It is a beautiful church with minarets that reminds of St Basils in Moscow. The elaborate craftsmanship of these buildings is spectacular. The church is famous for its mosaics and there are over 7500 square meters of them here. A ...