Rinaldi Art

Address: Reki Fontanki embankment, d. 51-53, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191011, Russian Federation | 3 star b&b
 
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Location

This 3 star B&B, located in the ?78 area of St. Petersburg, is near Anichkov Bridge, Monument to Catherine the Great, Vladimir Nabokov Museum, and Architect Rossi Street (Ulitsa Zodchego Rossi).
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    First day in Russia

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 23, 2014

    17 photos

    ... was only one room where photography was prohibited, and in Russia, I'm forgoing my usual habit of flaunting rules like this.

    The walls of the Amber Room are covered in mosaics created with large and small pieces of amber. The artistry was truly amazing and beautiful.

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    Palaces of the Romanovs, Faberge Eggs and Sable!

    A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 29, 2014

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    Last day in Russia

    A travel blog entry by guytang on Mar 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... to go through Belarus. In the next 10 minutes a mad rush of events took place which set me on course down a rather dodgy path. The conductor had a bit of a barney with a co-worker to discuss what to do. I don't understand any Russian but I think the gist of the conversation was one of them saying 'we can't let him on he doesn't have a visa' and the other saying 'he doesn't need one, it will be ok just let him on and will get ...

    In the Footsteps of Giants

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 02, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... came up to the doorway to take a look as well. I moved out of the way, he said thank you in Russian to which I replied pazhalooista (you're welcome). He then asked me in English if I was Russian and we got talking. His name was Sergei and he was born in St Petersburg, but had been living in France for work for 15 years or so. His English was quite good but he wanted a chance to practice it so he asked me if I'd like to walk around the gardens for a while, to which I agreed figuring it'd ...

    Back in the US...Back in the USSR

    A travel blog entry by carmaran-a-gogo on Jul 09, 2013

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    ... TV and radio); but, feel more freedom as each year
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