Crazy Duck Hostel

Grivtsova pereulok, d. 6, building 6, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 190000, Russian Federation | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Our 1st Day in Peter

A travel blog entry by anyasummer2014


... a huge synthetic soccer field, basketball court, as well as exercise equipment all enclosed by a running track. There are bleachers too. What used to be a dirt and rock nothing is BEYOND BEAUTIFUL. We walk in awe, feeling happy for the community. On our walk we encounter some fences we need to fit through, as going around the school will take to long. Alterations have been made to the metal bars and now a person can fit. We climb the man made hole. Not long and we are ringing ...

First Weekend in St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock


... of food...its exceptional. This was my first experience trying borsch and I think its safe to say I could live off of it intravenously for at least the next decade. The perogis, the crepes, and the pies...everything is so unbelievably delicious! The risk of me entering India in a month weighing in over 200 pounds is alarmingly high.

After lunch we visited St. Issac's and learned of its gradual creation and remodeling through the years. The fact that ...

10 reasons for going travelling for a year

A travel blog entry by jenflorido


... for it.h 5. I don't have any financial commitments or dependents yet. 6. To grow as a person though new experiences and meeting new people. 7. No number of two to three week holidays from work will ever feel like this year away. 8. The last reasons are private... But trust me, there are three more :) 9. 10. Until next time, stay safe, happy and in touch! I would love to hear from ...

Great Russians

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane


... a lovely morning at Peterhof, which was a “country” estate designed by Peter the Great after a visit to France. Many aspects of it were influenced by Versailles or Marly-le-Roi in France, but it is very like San Souci (Potsdam, Germany) - lots of lovely gardens to walk around with many buildings and structures. And the fountains! If anyone is planning on a visit to St Petersburg, then Peterhof is a “must see”.

Words of amazement exhausted!

A travel blog entry by helenandsimon


Well, the big day has arrived to visit the Winter Palace and Hermitage. A short walk in the falling snow to the Palace and in amongst the crowds and yes our information was's free, but you still need to get a ticket and go through airport style security! Join another queue to check in our coats and again the obvious jobs worth approach in dealing with their tasks...will explain later. Also as mentioned before, people in meaningless employment sat in 'sentry ...


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