Rinaldi B&B Mini Hotel on Bolshoy

ulitsa Zverin'skaya, 4, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 197136, Russian Federation | B&B
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Saint Petersburg, the jewel of Russia?

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli

21

... The beds were uncomfortable and the sheets were slightly too small. The bathroom kept running out is toilet paper and needed to be cleaned daily which they weren't. Booking.com tip: don't trust a hostel/hotel with a high rating and only Russian reviews. Make sure it is either a 9 or make sure there are some non-Russian/soviet/eastern bloc reviews. This place was an 8.5 or something, which I would have given a 4 or 5 only for location and friendly ...

Lenin, Hockey games, and Price Waterhouse Coopers

A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock

16

Only on the Babson BRIC program would someone get to experience the teachings of Lenin, a Russian hockey game, and the wisdom from the managing partner of PWC St Petersburg, all within the same week. The past 8 days or so have been busy with a capital B, and have encompassed the wrapping up of our Russia in Modernity class on culture and history, many cultural excursions, and the start of our second Russian BRIC course; Business Environment in Russia.

Our ...

Black in the USSR

A travel blog entry by judyf222

6


8/7 We are up at 5 AM as our tour leaves at 7:15. Another warm day here. We are traveling to Pushkin & Peterhof to tour the palaces in each city. The drive out to Pushkin, which they call a suburb, is quite interesting as the countryside is quite green & wooded in parts. The city of Pushkin is named after a famous ...

Saint Petersburg... (Uncultured Brits)

A travel blog entry by where-ez-is

1
10

... a mare. Some of us found a little Irish pub, that served Russian food & sat there til just before 1am so we could go see the famous bridges open up at night and get lit up. This was pretty cool, although most of us missed the shot, as we had our cameras pointing at the middle of the bridge, presuming it opened there... It didn't. Day 4: Today was departure day but not until midnight. Sebastian made me get out of bed by saying we'd slept til midday and it ...

What does a person need?

A travel blog entry by alimoro

1

... die from thirst.
- Two hilltops. Truth to be told. I'd even add more, for changing places and horizons.
- Two eyes. Sometimes when I close my eyes to feel detached I suddenly start missing the World I can touch with my eyes.

What does a traveller need?
Or to be even more precise, what does one fellow have to know about his travelmate?
We suddenly decided that sharing our minuses is essential. So ...

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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good