Hostel Labyrinth

Ligovsky Ave 87, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191040, Russian Federation | 2 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

St Petersburg, Russia: Venice of the North

A travel blog entry by samber


... tasty but don't end well for Sam - went down quickly, came out quickly - were his words. I've fallen in love with a place called "Schastye cafe" which means happiness and apparently made Sam feel like a girl within minutes. Come to think about it he was quite entertained by the placemat dot to dot. I was more immersed in the Tiffany green and cream decor set off by cascade lights, cherubs adoring the walls and jars of multi coloured macaroons scattered about. A ...

Full Day tour

A travel blog entry by bot989


We had the Captain's reception last night and the only thing that was unusual was we had a conversation with the officer who is in charge of house keeping and made a suggestion about my pillow and by the time we got back to the room they had supplied with the better pillow! The service on board is just way too good. For dinner we had the same waiter again, Samrat, he is ...

Humid but nice enough to sit out

A travel blog entry by northernjane


... out if town malls. I considered a bus ride to the mall but it was nearly an hours journey and I didn't fancy the hour back at the end if the day. The hotel is now empty - after being so busy with the weddings this weekend. It seems its set Up for for graduation dinners tonight. You can see its the kind if place locals would come to for birthdays or treats. It's got a couple of bars and three restaurants plus a golf club ...

The second day in St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by 2onoriana


... ear-phones, so that we would always hear him no matter how far we were from him. This worked perfectly.

Our first stop was at a restaurant where we were served blini (pancakes with jam and fresh cream), and tea from an ornate, silver samovar, one on each table of six. Some of us took the opportunity to try the vodka while on Russian soil.

Next was a group stroll to a local fruit and vegetable market ...

Galleries and a (much needed) History Lesson

A travel blog entry by donnartw2012


... and lettuce and particularly liked aromatic herbs. I walk along the Neva back to St. Isaac's Cathedral to climb the 242 steps to the Colonnade- what a magnificent view! I circle it 3-4 times waiting for the sun to set. A few things I have learned in the last six weeks: • Recognizing how fortunate I am to have this opportunity, and at the risk of sounding spoiled, I do not like the harried routine of a tourist. I'm really looking forward to some relaxed time in Israel ...


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