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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
... There is more major gold leaf here as well. We had to wear booties to protect the floors and cut down on dust. Catherine's dress on display is made of paper. What appears to be priceless wall covers are now painted replicas. There are rooms with strips of inlay that is actually colored aluminum foil. That was new at the time. We did get to walk through some rooms that were used by the families. We also walked through servants hallways and areas used in ...
... and we
had better stick with ours. After almost 45 minutes of backwards and forwards,
being shouted at and ignored, we finally walked out of the train station with
the same tickets that we went in with! And to think that it’s easier
here in St Petersburg as there is more English and most people are relatively
friendly....wait till we get to Siberia, I’m sure that will be a true shock to
I truly admire ...
... dispatched in either full or half portions, the size determined by a flick of the pie slicer. We both enjoyed our initial forays of chicken, followed by half slices of apple and apricot respectively. Perhaps emboldened by our mutual enjoyment of these fruit filled sweets, we opted to push our luck further with a Gooseberry filled serving. It was a bad move on our parts and my hope is that the bitter aftertaste will disperse sometime over the coming years. ...
... We boarded and paid the conductor, and as the tram bumped along Harbour Street, we had second thoughts about this mode of transportation. Others among us did not. A stray dog ran out from a nearby park, and the next thing I knew, he had hopped on board and was ambling towards anybody who'd hold out their hand. He was well-groomed and clean, and fairly fat, so I'm not sure if he was a run-away pet or just the local communal pet, but the ...
... longest day (June 21/22) is 18 hours and 53 minutes. While this all sounds great there is of course the winter time when daylight hours are between 10am to 3pm. They also have snow from October until May. We are told that while these are depressing times the city does not lose its charm and is quite beautiful with all the snow about. While there are a lot of people living in St. Petersburg that obviously believe this, ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Yes! St. Petersburg
This place is great. It is clean and fairly quiet. The staff are very helpful and the place is fairly central. It is MUCH better than Godzillas in Moscow
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.