Babushka House

Vladimirsky Prospect, 14, Floor 3, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | 2 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Nature abhors a vacuum....

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad

... there but was waved passed what little there was by a border guard, hit Passport Control to be met by a smiling lady who didn't speak any English, she gave me the requisite forms and sent me away. The forms are in English so are a doddle to complete. Having done that I went back, got stamped up and then moved onto customs. There the lady did speak English, so once again I got the right forms, went away to fill them out and returned them to her. After the extensive ...

Touring St. Petersburg!

A travel blog entry by chantalandzach

Over the last few days we have been exploring the city of St.Petersburg thoroughly...there is so much to do here, this place is huge! A couple of highlights were: the food (so yummy we just had to stay away from sour cream and mayo since it's the same as ours and they don't refrigerate it - yah Russians are hard!), St.Isaacs Cathedral (climbed the 263 stairs to the top of the colonnade for the amazing view of the whole city), several stunning churches (including the Peter ...


A travel blog entry by patickdb


... so popular in Russian culture.

Saturday I got fitted for a costume for a Ball that we are having this friday. I'm not giving anything away, but its a 19th century Russian elite costume. Gonna be legit. I also have to take waltzing lessons this week as well. Super jacked about that as well. I'll post pics of that of course. But thats all for now!

Love always,
Derek ...

My own walkabout tour of St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by mergatroid


... a way around a language barrier.

I enjoyed looking around the sub. Submarine C189, was a Project 613 diesel sub built in 1955, this class of sub was also referred to as Whiskey Class. This particular sub was used as a training vessel up until 1988. In 1990 it sank and was not raised until 2005. The sub was raised by a businessmen and former submariner. After restoration the sub was opened as museum in 2010. Though the sub was Russian built ...

Last day in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by carpefeline


... Still, glad it is her and not me.

This morning she is going to the expensive gym around the corner from the hotel. She is up and out the door and I am trying to remain asleep. Have to say that she is so much better at being quiet than my husband. Once he’s awake, everyone is awake because the man does not know how to be silent. My daughter though, I have to get up to make sure she has left because it’s so quiet. She finds the ...

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