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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Part 1 - What...!

A travel blog entry by adamcousins on Dec 16, 2014


... take... I got off the bus and walked down the steps to the train station. Literally, within seconds, I was confronted by four armed police officers, who demanded to see my documents, repeatedly shouting Russian words at me. I did what I do best, and panicked. I completely froze. What should I do? This is where it gets weird...
Out of nowhere, a Russian girl (obvs a stunner) came over and put her arm around me, and told ...

St Petersburg, Russia Day 2

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Sep 06, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

... Emperor Nicholas I the last in 1909 were brief in tombs in the church. The church is surrounded by walls 20m thick and opposite the Artillery Museum. We then went shopping and Kelly and I have helped along the Russian economy by €5 - last of the big spenders. We returned to the ship by 5pm absolutely exhausted and ready for sailing. A cocktail on the balcony to farewell St Petersburg, dinner and an early night with us being the biggest ship to pass through ...

St. Petersburg, Russia

A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jul 14, 2014

3 comments, 105 photos

... with a metal-and-glass tower topped by a glass globe 2.8 meters in diameter that lit up with an advert for the company. The decorations on the building were executed in wrought bronze, a material that was new to St. Petersburg. The sculptures on the building were designed by the Estonian sculpture Amandus Heinrich Adamson, and their weathered green bronze blends beautifully with the gray and red granite of ...

St. Petersburg - Day One

A travel blog entry by pegariah on May 20, 2014

91 photos

We toured St. Petersburg for ten hours two days in a row. We were whipped at the end of day one. Following is a snapshot of history.

Relive the glory of imperial Russia in St. Petersburg. Inspired by his travels through Europe, Peter the Great set out to create a grand port city: Russia's "Window to the West". In 1703, the first fortress was erected on the River Neva. ...

So Much to See...

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Sep 21, 2013

46 photos

... departed and I just couldn't resist trying it out, so stepped on myself after discarding my hoodie and handing off my camera and bag. Donning just my not so water proof jacket, I stepped forward, wondering just how long it would be before the water hit. Didn't have to wait long, as it only took a second or two for me to jump out of further water action. Definitely fun and would've been extra refreshing on a hot summer day. Our walk would take us to the water's edge - The Gulf of ...

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