Rinaldi Premier

103 Nevskiy prospekt, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | 3 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Saint Petersburg, the jewel of Russia?

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli


... which surprisingly was a building detached from the main train station. We found it only to realize that there were queues to buy tickets and they all looked long. In the sweltering heat the line moved at a snails pace. We already knew the train and seats we wanted from the website, so it was hard to figure out why the line progressed so slowly. During our wait we practiced how we would communicate to the cashier which tickets we wanted, Jamie ...

A Trip to the Country

A travel blog entry by alyandgreg


... drove about 24km south of St Petersburg to Pushkin (named after Alexander Puskin the poet) to visit Catherine's Palace. A really nice drive and could not believe how flat the city is. It actually has a mountain range on city fringe which is just 100m above sea level and that constitutes a mountain. The palace was built in mid 18th century, partially destroyed in WWII and meticulously rebuilt. ...

Babushka says Niet!

A travel blog entry by bobjanescott


Up early again this morning for today's excursion and left the ship at 8:30. Our first stop was to Catherine Palace which is about an hour's drive out of St Petersburg. Some of the areas we drove through were a bit grim; life in Russia is still not great for many people. There is still communal living where up to five families can live in the same apartment. The contrast of this to Catherine Palace was therefore quite stark and makes the ...

City Tour, Pushkin Village, and Catherine Palace

A travel blog entry by brian796


... very good and the opulance was beautiful. The 20% chance of rain found us twice while at Catherine's Palace.

After our final bus tour, we walked back to St Isaac's and found a stroganav steak restaurant for a late and relaxing meal, followed by a late walk back to the apartment in broad daylight.

I took 195 pictures, and only uploaded 1/4 of them here, which I am sure is more than anyone is interested in. ...

Saint Petersburg... (Uncultured Brits)

A travel blog entry by where-ez-is


... and walked over the windy St Petersburg bridge to see Peter the greats fortress & prison and looked in the gruesome museum of torture too, which was really gross... 'Russians be crazy innit'. Vlad met us at the fortress to show us around properly & I had a little sit in Peter the greats lap, as know one else would do it. We then got the metro back to the hostel to get poshed up for the ballet. I didn't bring anything smart... Doh! Our taxis ...


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