Sonata Hotel on Bolshoy

Address: 51 Bol'shoy Prospekt, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | B&B
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From Russia With Love

A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 16, 2014

108 photos

... buy a bottle of the mixer, not just a portion. So when Deanne bought a vodka and soda at Daya,
she got a shot and a small bottle of soda for about $4. When she ordered another one, she got a shot of vodka in her glass and the bartender poured the rest of the soda in but only charged $2 for the vodka. That's different.

A guy next to us bought 2 bottles of cheap champagne for his friends and they played foosball in the corner. We wandered ...

City of the White Nights

A travel blog entry by khillski on Aug 02, 2014

31 photos

... impressive landmarks of the Russian Imperial capital. One hundred and eighty years later the gilded dome of St. Isaac's still dominates the skyline of St. Petersburg. Although the cathedral is considerably smaller than the newly rebuilt Church of Christ the Savior in Moscow, it boasts much more impressive fades and interiors.

The cathedral's facades are decorated with sculptures and massive granite columns (made of single pieces of red granite), while the interior ...

In Russia With Lover

A travel blog entry by forsterb on May 14, 2014

10 photos

... and enforced so as to protect the eyes of the subway conductors on the trains. One guy on our tour took a flash picture at street level before we even descended to the deepest subway stations in the world (they have a layer of soft/wet soil that required them to dig down close to China) and one of the officials freaked and told him in no uncertain terms any more and you’ll be arrested. So I double-checked my settings one more time. These stations ...

Uglich on the Volga

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on Sep 10, 2013

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... The church is red, symbolic of the blood, with white trim for innocence. During the soviet era most churches that were not destroyed were used as museums, and some remain so today. This town is known for watchmaking, cheese making and vodka. But then pretty well every town is known for vodka. Not needing any of these products, we contributed little to their economy. However, many towns seem to have a small side industry in well trained a cappella singers and again ...

From Russia with love

A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Sep 06, 2013

2 comments, 20 photos

... ferry ride to St Petersburg, Russia. As we were boarding they x-rayed all of our luggage that we were bringing on to the ship. Erin placed a couple of her bags on to the luggage scanner and then for some reason with her biggest piece of luggage remaining thought it might be okay to just waltz on through without scanning her final piece. The Russian staff thought this was a bit strange and assured Erin that yes the scanner was for all items being brought on the ship. ...