Address: Admiralteiskaya naberezhnaya 12, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near St. Isaac's Cathedral, Bronze Horseman (Monument to Peter the Great), Palace Bridge, and Tsar Carpenter.
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    Versailles by the Sea

    A travel blog entry by chipbutty on Sep 11, 2014

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... I can't believe I wore a t-shirt all day.

    This evening, I had a walk along Nevsky Prospect (the main shopping street) to the Kazan Cathedral and went back to Palace Square to have a look at The Hermitage lit up in the dark.

    So much for having a relaxing day !!!!!

    Tomorrow, I'm off to St Isaac's Cathedral before boarding my train back to Moscow in the afternoon.

    Moscow has a lot to live up to if St Petersburg is anything to go ...

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jul 14, 2014

    3 comments, 105 photos

    ... and subsequent generations competed with their predecessors to add grander and ever more ingenious water features to the parkland surrounding the Grand Palace.

    The most famous ensemble of fountains, the Grand Cascade, which runs from the northern facade of the Grand Palace to the Marine Canal, comprises 64 different fountains, and over 200 bronze statues, bas-reliefs, and other decorations. At the ...

    Running out of Superlatives

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 07, 2014

    65 photos

    ... another bloody church!!) but nonetheless appreciated the skill and craftsmanship to preserve the wonderful history of these buildings.

    Back on the bus again and to Peter and Paul’s Fortress – once again really spectacular but I think by this time the two very full on days we’d had were starting to take their toll and we were thinking how good it would be to get back to the ship. And that was fine as that was where we were ...

    Back to Russia

    A travel blog entry by rell01 on May 30, 2014

    10 photos

    ... onto the next part of the day & yes there was more opulence, gold Chandeliers have never seen so many so big & so bright. Gold doors, gold this & that no wonder the presents over threw the Tsars & killed them they had used all the countries money on treasures that even today is extreme, Back then it would have been so much more. Must have been taken to every souvenir shop going, weakened on the last one. Did the underground ...

    From Shtetl to Self-Empowerment

    A travel blog entry by alleifer on Jul 24, 2013

    5 photos

    ... and industrialists could buy their way into the cities and by the 1870’s the first Jewish cemetery was established in Moscow. A few grand “choral” synagogues were allowed to be built – as long as they were neither anywhere near a church or a road that was ever used by a Tsar.

    Tsar Nicholas I (who ruled from 1825 to 1855) decided that it would be useful to further integrate his Jewish subjects so he decreed that ...