Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

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St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by hoppyandpeter

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... Sal had already exchanged their money to Roubles at the train station. Peter and I were sad when we arrived in the outskirts of St. Petersburg that meant it was time to gather our belongings ready to hop off this lovely train.  Although we were sad ...

Second Free day in St Petersburg, St Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Second Free day in St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by jsuviste

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... not reopen till 6am, so if we didn’t make it by 1 we were stuck all night. We made it back by 1! I had a great time in St Petersburg and I am so glad I could come to this great city, I wish I had more time as there is still more I could have seen. ...

discovering St Petersburg, St Petersburg, Russia travel blog

discovering St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by florencetravel

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... 's family - the Romanovs , through his alleged supernatural powers. Next destination was the Winter Palace which now houses St Petersburg greatest pride - the Hermitage Museum. This splendid building was the residence of all the Romanovs starting from ...

Do you like my accent?, St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Do you like my accent?

A travel blog entry by jamboree

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Location: St. Petersburg Arrived from: Esfahan via Tehran and Dubai By: Plane Start date: 12/09/13 End date: 18/09/13 What was great: The Hermitage, The church, some coffee places What was not great: The weather, the public transport, being ...

The Relationship Between the Land and How People L, St. Petersburg Russia, Russia travel blog

The Relationship Between the Land and How People L

A travel blog entry by storytellers

... in this Area People in St.Petersburg have to adapt to floods every month because the moon pulls the ocean water right next to st.petersburg into the streets, this is called high tide. St.Petersburg is also in northern russia so the people have to live ...

Exploring St.Petersburg with a serious limp, St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Exploring St.Petersburg with a serious limp

A travel blog entry by gr1zz1y

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... side. The journey from the airport was drab and grey, something I'd become accustomed to outside the cities in Russia. Entering St.Petersburg however, was enthralling. Only one word can describe it simply and aptly: big. Very big. The buildings lining ...

Smolny and Alexander Nevsky Cathedrals, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation travel blog

Smolny and Alexander Nevsky Cathedrals

A travel blog entry by londone7

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... . Next I was going to walk to Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. This is said to be one of the most important religious sites in St Petersburg. Again I had to follow the main road south along the embankment to get there. However when I got there it had ...

Metro to Our Lady of Kazan Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation travel blog

Metro to Our Lady of Kazan Cathedral

A travel blog entry by londone7

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  Leaving Alexander Nevsky Cathedral I was to take the Metro back into the tourist centre. This line was interesting as unlike the more regal looking red line it had sliding steel bunker doors on the platforms.   Soviet planners during ...

Jun 14, 2013, St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Jun 14, 2013

A travel blog entry by moss265

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Arrival (from journal), St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Arrival (from journal)

A travel blog entry by leevilporkchop

... kinds of different styles, occasionally broken up by a yard full of old cars.     I keep thinking, “Where is St. Petersburg? Where is the city?”   The airport must be on the far outskirsts of the city, because I never ...

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