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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

How much vodka can one drink at lunchtime?

A travel blog entry by twofoodies on May 23, 2015

53 photos

... 25 storeys. All the same concrete/steel colour. A lot of them appeared very old and not well maintained. Video Girl did not see a house or anything resembling one for quite a while.


Then greenery, lots of green spaces, parks with a lot of trees and grass. It is too early to plant the spring flowers as it is still frosty most mornings.


Then water, the River Neve and canals. They could almost have been in Venice with ...

First day in Russia

A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 23, 2014

17 photos

... against the excesses of their royal overlords in the early 20th century.

Backpacks and coats were supposed to be left at a coat check area near the entrance. But just like our guide had predicted, the coat check ladies exercised a lot of their own discretion, and they let me keep my jacket and fanny pack.

Everyone was required to wear disposable shoe covers, to prevent damage to the wood floors.

The ...

St Petersburg day 2

A travel blog entry by haydos2014 on Jul 09, 2014

... local Karaoke bar. We made our way across the town to see how the russians do Karaoke. We ran into some friendly english speaking Finnish girls, Tiia and Heli, who were on holiday from their home town in Kouvola. They joined us for a drink and too wanted to see some Russian Karaoke craziness.

As predicted it was crazy and fun, with endless singers belting out tunes from russian rock anthems to Stone Sour ballads. (this is ...

The Hermitage

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on Sep 04, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... sculptures have been acquired in more recent times, but the building with its intricate decor inside and out, its frescoes and the handcrafted floors were all part of the original design. They say St. Petersburg is a city built on bones. It's not a part of most guide's spiel, but we listened to a Russian historian for awhile today, and she stated that thousands (many thousands) of labourers died in the building of this city, which was ...

Catherine Palace Russia

A travel blog entry by deirles on Aug 18, 2013

6 photos

Never seen so much gold in our lives. Very ornate Baroque palace. Virtually destroyed by the Germans in WW2 has been mostly restored but restoration still going on. Also went to Hermitage Museum, had to wear overshoes as to limit damage to parquetry floors. This palace was not damaged during the war as the Germans never got into St Petersburg itself so most of it is original. Leslie and I are off to the ballet tonight to see Swan Lake at the theatre in the ...

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