Rinaldi Na Petrogradskoi
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Rinaldi Na Petrogradskoi St. Petersburg
Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
Apparently the summer tourist traffic in St. Petersburg is significant enough that many buildings are closed in the mornings to accommodate touring groups. The Silver Sea ship is smaller than the majority of cruise ships and was able to dock right downtown. That gave us a head start on some of the larger tour groups.
We boarded our bus at 8:30 ...
Tatiana gave us a crash course on how to use the Metro system. With tokens in hand, we visited a few of the "Palaces for the People".
Mayakovskaya - green line - 1967 - mosaics
Ploshchad Vosstaniya - red line - 1955
Avtovo - red line - 1955 - glass
Narvskaya - red line - 1955
Vladimirskaya - red line - 1955
... annoy me all over again. The fun resumed at the airport for my return to Blighty. Passport control decided my passport photo wasn't me. Security guards were called and at one point I thought I was to be marched away for interrogation, i would like to point out at this stage that my passport photo is a very good likeness and have never had a second glance from the dozens of passport controls ...
... schedule because during the night were had to stop travelling because of Fog. When in the river system the pilotong of the boatt is all done mannually by the Captain or mates and while the ships have the Russian version of GPS and radar they pass many ships going the opposite way in very close quarters. The result was we were delayed approx. one hour arriving in Goritsky WE disembarked the ship to run a gauntlet small shops until we got ...
Our hotel was across from St. Isaac’s Cathedral with its big, photogenic dome. We climbed the many stone steps to its colonnade, where we viewed the city lights at night and the opening of lit-up bridges over the river.
I feel like I’ve only scraped the slimmest of surfaces of this vast, intriguing country, but for now, it’s farewell to Russia and on to ...