Nevsky 64 Apartments

Nevsky Avenue 64, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191040, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $93.00

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A travel blog entry by tricruiser


... taken to a market. It looked like a flea market with booths, but on the other side was a grocery. We did not investigate, but there were lots of photos from those that did. We are now taken to the office to pay for our two day tour. They are very smart. The office is surrounded by rooms of souvenirs. Actually the prices were good and the selection was huge. The traffic is so tied up due an accident about 150 people are late getting to the ship. The winds ...

The Extra Stop - St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand


... had a surprisingly large collection of paintings done by the Dutch masters, which the Rijks Museum cannot be happy about! They also had a special Caravaggio exhibition which I loved :) Unfortunately you had to pay extra for the ticket if you wanted to take pictures, so many of these are poached off the Internet!

The guys got bored quicker than I, and they'd also planned on visiting somewhere out of town on that day, so they left after a couple of hours; and we agreed ...

Day 16 Visit the Port of St. Petersburg (Russia)

A travel blog entry by darrellt


Breakfast at 9am. Today we have French Toast (egg bread), fruit & a warm waffle smothered with berries.

We have some free time this morning as our tour does not leave till 11:30am, enabling us to have a bit of an early lunch on the boat before departing.

Today we have a 5 & a half hour organised tour off the boat, which goes to Peterhof, which is 28km out of St. Petersburg. This place is famous, & is ...

It's still glittering

A travel blog entry by dougo


... 8211; not once but twice and finally launching Rasputin into the nearby waters. The conspirators thought that their second attempt was successful but they were not - the doctor who did the autopsy found that Rasputin had water in his lungs !

The Palace had many large reception rooms including a call room as well as a theatre. The white marble stair case and huge chandelier are magnificent and it was amazing to ...

St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by 2onoriana


... in the first World War, and then Leningrad after Lenin died, a supreme architectural set piece. The layout of the buildings and open spaces was planned with great skill from the outset, achieving an effect quite different from most other cities of the world which have grown and developed in an ad hoc way.

Built on the marches, it is a city of waterscapes - rivers, canals and more than 300 ...


This 3 star hotel, located in the University City/West Philadelphia area of St. Petersburg, is near Anichkov Bridge, Gostiny Dvor, Monument to Catherine the Great, and Vladimir Nabokov Museum.
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