Antonio House Hostel

Reki Fontanki embankment, d. 53, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191011, Russian Federation | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located in the ?78 area of St. Petersburg, is near Gostiny Dvor, Monument to Catherine the Great, Architect Rossi Street (Ulitsa Zodchego Rossi), and Vladimir Nabokov Museum.
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A travel blog entry by rachenry on Jul 31, 2014

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Day two in St. Petersburg got off to a good start with a quick and easy passage through the immigration checkpoint. Really just a quick glance and the passport and we were waved through. Viktoria and Alexander were there to greet us and we headed off to our first destination…the Nevski Prospect.

The Nevsky Prospekt is the main shopping street in St. Petersburg (think Bank St. in the Glebe), where we had the chance to walk around ...


A travel blog entry by jjndotr on Jun 09, 2014

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... Petersburg. The layout of the country side seemed rather on the bleak (depressing) side even though the sun was shining. The city of 5 million people isn't any better, except for the opulent palaces, museums and churches. What an extreme. When we arrived at the summer residence and ...

St Petersberg

A travel blog entry by cherylclo on Aug 29, 2013

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... Palace, former spectacular Hermitage Museum, a treasure trove of magnificent works of art - international art rather than Russian art. We saw paintings by Da Vinci, Van Gogh, and Raphael as well as several French Impressionists and a Michelangelo statute to mention a few. Diane and I had a very nice dinner at the hotel restaurant before going out to a Russian folk dancing evening. Very touristy but excellent ...

The Allegro to St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by suetrevsal on Aug 03, 2013

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... concerned, The Allegro was train heaven!

As we sped through the countryside we did have a few visitors including the Customs and Immigration officials who stamped our passports and checked our Visas before entering Russia. Had we known, they even conduct a money exchange service for you at your seat.

The officers processing us on the train were very pleasant This was all very civilised and not at all intimidating like our previous experience ...

Hello St. Petersburg!

A travel blog entry by yokojian on Jun 10, 2013

... kind, but neither of them could speak English. Nastya cooked me some potatoes and gave me some bread. I even drank beer and ate a very Russian beer snack, like smoky meat with Misha, Nastya's younger brother.

I was exhausted I decided to sleep. The first night on the couch was so great that the next morning I woke up at 2pm! The effect of jet lag! The first day in Russia was hectic and no fun at all. Just didn't feel right here, not sure why.