Rinaldi On Grecheskiy

17 Grecheskiy Prospekt, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 193036, Russian Federation | B&B
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Palaces of the Romanovs, Faberge Eggs and Sable!

A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 29, 2014

... Her parents got a priest to bless her and she was cured and had no memory of what had happened, apparently.

Anyway, back to Moscow. We visited the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, which is the tallest Christian Orthodox Cathedral in the world at 338 feet. The original 19th century cathedral (that took 40 years to build) was destroyed in 1931 by Stalin to make way for a Soviet Palace that was never built because funds dried up. The new cathedral was started in 1994 ...

Peter's Court

A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Jul 25, 2013

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Once again, it's grey, but fortunately, not raining. We are on the bus at 9:00, for our ride to Peterhof, Peter's Court in the countryside. Peter wanted a place to stay that was accessible from the sea and chose a site on the Gulf of Finland for 'Monplaisir' his country home. His comparatively modest 'cabin' as it was referred to, outbuildings and gardens were greatly expanded and enhanced by his daughter Elizabeth. Once again she ...

Exhausted but arrived

A travel blog entry by matt_l on Aug 22, 2012

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... the train.
5AM arrival, it's ******* cold. Eventually found the street that I needed to walk down to get to the hostel, at first it was a guess, until I realized all I needed to do was stand next to a coffee shop, use their wifi, and open google maps. This was after being bombarded by taxi drivers, 'Taxi?' 'Taxi?' 'Taxi?' 'Taxi?' 'Taxi?' 'Taxi?' 'Taxi?' 'Taxi?' 'Nyet!' Finally got into the hostel, I wasn't sure which floor, but when I heard ...

Westward ho!

A travel blog entry by adam.sealey on Sep 17, 2011


... who had just arrived from a conference in the south of the country. We discussed EU-Russia relations and arrived at pretty gloomy conclusions about the future of democracy etc. in the country. Then I had to rush to the station, and realised I had bought 3rd class tickets for the train to the second city, meaning I was in a carriage with 40 people sleeping in cramped quarters. Not a problem, but let's say I didn't sleep much because of ...

Affairs of the (he)arts

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jul 02, 2011


... with bad teeth (the ones he had, of course). We exchanged glances with each other. "Is this going to be our guy?" we mouthed. Yes, yes it was. Three of us piled into the back of a sedan and squished together (there is of course no need for seatbelts when playing a high-speed game of Sardines). "We're all going to die!" muttered one girl.

We did not die of bad driving, though we nearly died of laughter at our taxi driver. Our ...