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... a large complex of six historic buildings along Palace Embankment, including the Winter Palace, a former residence of Russian emperors.
We visited four of the buildings and saw only a small percentage of the three million items.
With its maze of canals, elaborate cathedrals and opulent residences, St. Petersburg ...
... only cover a relatively small area which is a pain when trying to zip around the city. 9. Everything is done on a grand scale. The boulevards are super wide and stretch for miles. Buildings ginormous yet contain the most intricate of carvings and design. They are also beautifully painted in pastel pink, blue, green or yellow. 10. G20 screwed us over. After seeing numerous black town cars cruising the streets with police escorts we thought something might be going on. Then ...
... pencil just remember to say, "Амери 082;анций Флот" (Uh mer i kant i Float). Russians despise the U.S. Navy because Russia was so close to becoming the greatest nation ever during the Soviet times. Sorry about it Russia!
I will be sad to leave Saint Petersburg tomorrow night and return to gloomy old Moscow. If I could do it again, I would study in Saint Petersburg because the people ...
... to overnight at Velikiy Novgorod. Even that was a long day of driving on Russian roads. But because of the late sunset and long twilight, we had plenty of time to walk around and see some of the sights of one of the oldest recorded cities in Russia. When we picked this town as our destination for the day, we hadn't realised how old the city was or how much there was to see. But we had a nice walk around the inner city, visited the ...
... too. After wandering around the rest of the site, it was getting pretty late and Katie wanted to go and check out another museum, so we headed out. On the bridge on the way out there was a little rabbit statue off to the side. The idea was to hit the rabbit with a coin and I guess it gave you good luck? I headed over the main bridge back to the other side of the Neva and happened to see a guy standing outside the fortress in ...
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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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