Vladimirsky Lodging

73 Ligovskiy prospekt , St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russia, 19, Russian Federation | Condo
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Day One in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by herbguhl

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... restaurant for lunch. The soup and salad were good, but the main course appeared to be meatloaf that was undercooked inside, so Sherry and I decided to play it safe and just nibbled at it. I don’t think anyone got sick, but maybe the shot of vodka they served with lunch was preventative!

After lunch it was a short drive to the Hermitage, also known as the Winter Palace of the Tzars. It is one of the world’s top art museums, founded ...

Russia!

A travel blog entry by almightyg73

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... somehow. Amsterdam, Stockholm and Tallinn are all stunning places with their beautiful architecture but this place looks like its on a different scale all together as I've never seen so many grand and impressive buildings all in one place, its literally everywhere you look.

Really looking forward to the Hermitage Museum tomorrow which has over 3 million works of art....3 million! and we are not talking just Tony Hart or Art Attack to make up those numbers...they have works ...

Schnitzels, wiener, chicken kievs... and vodka.

A travel blog entry by avv78

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... Moscow, not Kiev!) and we were at a vodka museum warming the gills before taking in a kossack show which was pretty cool to see. So, as briefly as I could muster with some added philosophy free of charge, that was Russia. A truly unique place like no other we have been to. Well, I think coffee is required if we are to make it through our first Finnish day so it could be time to sign off... The Russian scowl should be gone by the time we arrive in ...

April 2013

A travel blog entry by passera

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... hours there and the kids hardly moan, apart from being tired. The paintings are beautiful, the history is interesting and you get a feel for how the kings lived. The Hermitage does bring to life St Petersburg. What a museum and palace! We get out of the city to visit the gardens of Peterhof palace. The palace is closed on Mondays. There's a pattern here. We take the metro and then a mini-bus, just so we can experience russian driving. There's acceleration and sudden braking and ...

The Palace Square

A travel blog entry by kburavlov

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... residence for the Russian Tszars. It was built on the banks of the Neva River between 1754 and 1762. Originally Peter the Great had the palace built for his daughter, Empress Elizabeth. Today the Winter Palace is the home to the Hermitage Museum. It is said that there millions of objects in the museum and that it would take years to see everything. So, tomorrow we will do our best to see what we can see when we go to the Hermitage ...

 

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