7 bridges Hostel

Address: 36 Labutina Street, apt 34, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, ., Russian Federation | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Oranienbaum / Lomonosov Palace, Trinity Cathedral, Kirov Apartment Museum, and Egyptian Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Day 3 in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by normando on Jun 15, 2015

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This is the last day in Saint Petersburg and though we feel like we have seen it all there is still more to see. The bus takes us some 30 miles out to the suburban grounds of Peterhof Palace. Melissa spies a Matryoshka decorated umbrella at a stand outside the palace grounds, but she did not buy it. She later wished she ...

The State Hermitage Museum

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 19, 2015

1 comment, 39 photos

... information desk bypassing all the lines. I wondered why more didn't buy the online tickets and I seemed to be the only one?

Next there was a mandatory free coat check which was to become the norm in all Russian museums. You are first greeted by a grand majestic staircase leading ...

Churches and metros

A travel blog entry by altlast on Mar 30, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

Ariel and I went to church of the savior on spilled blood. It was really pretty bc it was full of mosaics. The Kazan was a darker church in the sense that there wasn't much lighting. At the Kazan people line up to kiss a painting of the Mary and baby Jesus. I guess they also ask her to pray for them. Almost every woman had her head covered either with a hat, scarf, or jacket hood in the Kazan. I ...

St. Petersburg – Gold, Glory, and Glamor

A travel blog entry by alleifer on Jul 22, 2013

4 comments, 77 photos

... br> Our guide begins with a city walking tour and then we hop a boat for a one-hour canal and river tour. The bridges are low (because the river is high) and we have to pay attention to avoid a concussion! At 10 pm we hop an electric tram and head for the Vodka Number 1 Restaurant where we are shocked to find out that herring, sour pickles, cole slaw, borscht and pirogies were not Jewish foods – they were on the traditional Russian menu! Who knew?


Peter, Paul and ?

A travel blog entry by kburavlov on Apr 21, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... It and the inside were absolutely golden. There was gold everywhere. The main sanctuary and alters are covered in gold. As most Russian churches quite magnificent!

Interesting fact-- outside the fortress walls is where they hold the walrus swim in the winter. They break the ice and only the very brave or very stupid dip themselves in the ice cold Neva River.

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