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Malaya Morskaja Str # 08, app # 7, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Russia at last

A travel blog entry by tricruiser


... too.We learned that the new cruise terminal is built by a company that also owns the tour companies, the gift shops and the restaurants we used. A true monopoly. Traffic is horrendous. There are lots of newer cars, mostly foreign. Elena says Russian built cars fall apart. We pass so many apartments, statues, bridges and canals on our city tour. The apartments went private after 1991 so they are now privately owned. Banks hold the mortgage for the government ...

April 2013

A travel blog entry by passera


... Wieliczka. It's early in the morning and there aren't many people around. After a short walk from the station, we arrive at the salt mine. Apparently it's beautiful place to visit. We join the english- speaking group and enter the mine. We walk down the shaft to about -80 metres. The guide is excellent and describes the history of the mine which is very interesting. The temperature stays constant in the mine to 14c and the air is supposed to be pure. Breathe in! We walk in ...

Travelling north

A travel blog entry by yelnod


... meal. And it is served with real crockery and cutlery, which you don't get on airlines these days. Also, the train has WiFi, but they obviously turn it off when we approach the intermediate stops. It seems that the new breed of economic rationalists have covered all the bases here.

Our new guide meets us at the station at St Petersburg, and accompanies us to our hotel, the Angleterre. It is an old building, the ...

Saint Peter the great or terrible???

A travel blog entry by off-the-rails


... at night, too.

Walking tour the following days was great, with the courtyards and culture (i.e. Roofing, local sport where you jump from roof to roof along the flat line city) and history (Peter the Great, who introduced alcohol culture to Russia and wanted men to remove their beards to make the city feel more European). On that note, St Petersburg used to have more open ...


A travel blog entry by sbanni

... nearly 3 million items! It took me about 4 hours to walk around and even then there was a lot I didn't see! Went back to the hostel to meet up with Ben so we could go to the Russian ballet we had booked! It turned out we were going to see 'The Nutcracker', a reasonably famous show at the Mikhailovsky theatre. It was 2 hours long and whilst the first hour dragged a little, the second half was genuinely good! We recognised a lot of the songs (from adverts ...


This hostel, located in the ?78 area of St. Petersburg, is near Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood, St. Isaac's Cathedral, Alexander Column, and Nicholas I Monument.
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