Antonio House Hostel

Reki Fontanki embankment, d. 53, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191011, Russian Federation | 2 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

"Venice of the East" to the "Venice of the North"

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi


... nice chopped veggies. Sadly, I still couldn't manage a whole meal, but at least I was able to try everything on both plates without ill effect.

Gray has immediately fallen into a sound sleep - he had a very good beer, but said it was very strong (and probably not helped by the fact that he was drinking Cally and Peter's Hamm beer before 7am!!) I had better join him although it's very ***********vince myself to do so - the sun is still bright outside even at 10:15 pm.

The Iron curtain is fimly in place....

A travel blog entry by wilbertine42


... It was a good night but the neighbours started complaining so we headed out. All in all it was a fun night and I got home around 0430.

The hangover was intense the next day so I caught up with some laundry and made a few phone calls. It was a pretty chilled day. I had arranged to meet everyone in the bar around 1900 to watch the rugby. I eventually got sorted and headed out. We went to one bar where a 7 foot monster who worked serving drinks decided to kick ...

Saint Petersburg

A travel blog entry by ludtjes


... the ceilings and walls, the gold and marble, the wooden floors, all beautiful. The history of the place as such; how the one ruler expanded the grandeur of the palace by adding another wing. And the many, many artefacts that made us dazzle by the end of the day.
For Russian citizens the entrance fee is remarkably low, and even for tourists it is reasonable. If you think of taking classes in history of art, this is your place to start....... and end.


Saint Petersburg

A travel blog entry by yelnod


... and is home to some impressive buildings of a royal nature - most of which are now museums of one sort or another.

When you consider that at the time he made the decision to establish his new city, he was also engaged in the Great Northern war with Sweden - so it takes some foresight to be able to manage both of these initiatives at the same time. The mind boggles at the prospect of trying to do anything like this at home - it would take you longer than ...

Tour Day 7: Catherine Palace and Yussopov Palace

A travel blog entry by jeremymoss


... I had borsch again, and potatoes with mushrooms. I'll have to try making both of those at home, as well as pancakes! We had a lot of laughs. It turns out that one of the other tour members is named Teresa Moss!! She's a lovely lady, a teacher from London. She gave out some novelty gold medals to each of us; to the NZers -- me, Theresa, Moia and Merrick, for being a great team; to Irishman Paul for his quick wit; to Brit Phil for taking the most photos; to ...


This 2 star hostel, located in the ?78 area of St. Petersburg, is near Gostiny Dvor, Monument to Catherine the Great, Vladimir Nabokov Museum, and Architect Rossi Street (Ulitsa Zodchego Rossi).
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TripAdvisor Reviews Antonio House Hostel St. Petersburg

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