Mayakovskogo Str. 36 / 38, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 196014, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Venice of the North

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian


... dropped. Inside was amazingly beautiful. I can't really describe how beautiful it was. Not even sure pictures can do it justice.

I made my way back to Nevskii Prospekt and walked for a while taking in the sights before stopping off for dinner in a bar called Viking. Was able to make myself understood and had a nice meal before heading back to the hostel. Was very very tired after all the miles Elena and I walked so I slept like a log.


Staying in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

... disappointed that there was only singers as we wanted to see some of the traditional dancing and comedy acts that the crew members sometimes put on. We were, however, advised that there would be another crew show later in the cruise.

Then, as ever, we went along to the Braemar Room for the quiz. This time we were joined by David, Sandra and Margaret ...

The longest day

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi


... experience for a photographer: I am so used to dropping everything as that golden evening light spreads, because I know there will be ten or twenty minutes of perfect light if I'm lucky. Here I could look and think, "gosh, pretty light, I'll just finish this course and then go out and take a photo."

At half past midnight it was time to pack back into the bus to go to where the boat was to pick us up. We found the whole of Elva staff waiting there on ...

Exploring St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by jginsburg


My politics professor: "So, there's a pattern in Russian politics, bald(ing) and hairy. Lenin was bald, Stalin had hair, Khrushchev was bald, Brezhnev had hair, Andropov was bald, Chernenko had hair, Gorbachev was bald, Yeltsin had hair, Putin is bald, Medvedev has hair. So, with all my knowledge as a political scientist, Putin's successor will have hair. Despite the uncertainty of Russian politics, this I can say for certain!"

Student: "Putin's successor…you ...

Finally in Russia again

A travel blog entry by carpefeline


... so my daughter declined.

Got the camera and finished packing then went upstairs to see what was happening. My information had docking at 8, docking at 9:30, docking at 9 so wasn't sure when we were docking. Finally we see that we are docking and watch them throw the lines and move in sideways to the dock which is next to what seems to be a hotel. Nothing else around. They tie up the ferry and then ...


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