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TravelPod Member ReviewsNevsky Hostel St. Petersburg
cozy and quiant. Right next to the Hermitage and the Cazan. SUCH a great place for the location and price. The location is what really makes it worth it.
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... for one. Not so when you want one. Walked around for a while before finally finding a very small one. However, managed to buy some provisions and then found a park to eat in. There aren't any picnic tables in any of the parks, so we just sat on the grass and had our picnic.
Wandered a bit further into the park, and discovered a fairly modern complex with cafes and cinemas. Pity all the movies were in ...
... out in the middle of the river. Crossed the river on the Dvortsovy bridge. Across the river are two rostal columns, at the base of both were groups of people ballroom dancing to hip hop/electronica. Apparently a popular thing to do on a Saturday night. By that stage it was about 9:30pm and finally starting to get dark so I headed back to the hostel. Very tired from the travelling and lack of sleep. Hope I can get a good nights rest tonight.
At 4.00pm, when the future cruise booking office opened, we went along and booked the cruise to Norway, so that’s three holidays we have booked for 2014 already.
We then got ourselves sorted out, had our dinners, then went along to the Neptune Lounge at 8.00pm for the Crew Cabaret. Although they were all very good singers, we were ...
... about up there (and doubtless landing in inconvenient places and setting fire to them, but never mind.)
Eventually our boat arrived, laden with yet more food and drink, and Daria, and we set off, puttering very slowly into the river and down one of the side canals. By now it was almost properly dark, and the buildings were gloriously illuminated. It really was spectacularly pretty.
We didn't understand what the Opening of the Bridges was, and ...
... to be careful with car drivers and uneven surfaces. Not exactly child friendly or tourist friendly for that matter. We visit the church of the spilled blood which is very nice, built in typical orthodox manner. A lot of parks are still closed and don't open until the 1st of May. The city sites are spread out and we walk a lot. We cross the large Neva river and walk to the mosque. The dome is lovely but the building is grey and dull. Next we walk across a small bridge called ...