Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

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Magnificent city;complete opposite of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Magnificent city;complete opposite of Moscow

A travel blog entry by rnriggins

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St. Petersburg is a great city!  So beautiful and wonderful sightseeing.  Too bad we only had a couple of days here.  I highly recommend St. Petersburg if you ever get the chance to ...

Cold St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Cold St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by suryadiwijaya

Day 3 - arrived SPB around 6pm, took a walk around Nevskiy Prospekt. Was planning to have dinner at this supposed to be famous Literaturnaya Cafe but there was a private party, damn! I walk for half an hour for this, but be back tomorrow. Had dinner in a ...

2 days in St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

2 days in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by cylam

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... chocolates and various other snacks. The Church of Resurrection (Church of Spilled Blood) is perhaps the most magnificent orthodox church in St. Petersburg. You need to pay to enter though and we thought we should reserve that for the St. Basil's in ...

HAPPENINGS IN PITER, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation travel blog

HAPPENINGS IN PITER

A travel blog entry by trieste2010

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... of days. I suppose I'll start where I left off with the passport stuff. Oh, Piter is what some of the residents call St. Petersburg btw.   I went to the Meeleetseeya (sound it out now), or the police, to report my lost passport. I had to ...

Russian Tzars, Saint Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Russian Tzars

A travel blog entry by bradtravelling

... age, but did we learn little tricks for tourists! Our first stop was at the Yusupov's Palace. The Yusopovs were a noble Russian Family extremely wealthy. Felix Yusupov was involved in the death of Rasputin, we saw the room cellar were they unsuccessfully ...

Day 7 of Cruise - St Petersburg, Saint Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Day 7 of Cruise - St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by peterdot

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... amazingly quickly. We then went out into the Versailles like gardens before boarding the coach for the trip back to St Petersburg and a Russian lunch at the Sentosa Restaurant with a vodka, Russian salad, red caviar, mushroom soup, pancakes, one filled ...

Day 8 of Cruise, Saint Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Day 8 of Cruise

A travel blog entry by peterdot

... Apparently another group had not scanned their tickets at the entry. Irina explained that this was an example of the volatile Russian character, something that from experience I can relate to. It is hard to say anything original about the museum ...

The actual excursion ( I decided to make more), St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

The actual excursion ( I decided to make more)

A travel blog entry by deannadippold

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... men did not have beards. Peter imposed a beard tax to solve this and had people shaved that refused to shave themselves.  4. St. Petersburg has had many names. It started with St. Petersburg, but this was named after St. Peter, not Peter the Great. ...

Booked on Holland America to St. Petersberg Russia, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation travel blog

Booked on Holland America to St. Petersberg Russia

A travel blog entry by kingrichard146

My first time to visit Russia. We are booked on a 10 day cruise from Copenhagen to St. Petersberg Russia with an overnight there to visit all the wondrous sites of Czarist Russia. I will post entries and photos for June 2-12 ...

Rolling our way through Russia, St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

Rolling our way through Russia

A travel blog entry by jen_pat

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... other stores trying to rid ourselves of the backpacker look! After crossing nearly 8000km by train from Beijing, we ended our journey in St Petersburg. It was as gorgeous as everyone had told us!  We loved our hostel (Soul Kitchen) which felt like a ...

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