Raziezjaya ul. 42, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191119, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Smolny Cathedral, Piskariovskoye Memorial Cemetery, Bank Bridge, and Bolsheokhtinsky Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Finally - Russia!

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Jul 18, 2014

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... of the earth. The stations were built in the 50s to be purposefully fancy, to prove to the local, everyday folks riding the subway that the Soviet Union was wealthy and powerful. Some of the stations looked like palaces. There were even chandeliers hung above the area where the train cars stop.

After the metro, we went to a local food market, which wasn’t as exciting as we hoped. However, we were able to buy some local souvenirs (nesting dolls, ...

Saint Petersburg... (Uncultured Brits)

A travel blog entry by where-ez-is on Jun 10, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... a mare. Some of us found a little Irish pub, that served Russian food & sat there til just before 1am so we could go see the famous bridges open up at night and get lit up. This was pretty cool, although most of us missed the shot, as we had our cameras pointing at the middle of the bridge, presuming it opened there... It didn't. Day 4: Today was departure day but not until midnight. Sebastian made me get out of bed by saying we'd slept til midday and it ...

The Russian Ballet

A travel blog entry by ianandjen on Jul 04, 2012

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Wednesday 4 July 2012 – St Petersburg

Today we headed to see Catherine's Palace, famous for its grandiose white and gold fašade and elaborate gardens. It is located in Pushkin town, south of St Petersburg. The palace was named after Catherine the First (wife of Peter the Great), not Catherine the Great. It's a bit confusing how many Peter’s, Alexander’s and Catherine’s there were. We are getting a great history lesson from ...

STP - Hermitage; just a bit bigger than the Varley

A travel blog entry by cherylrego on Sep 10, 2011

... letting up any time soon. St. Isaac's was worth the drenching; the cathedral was stunning! It had the 4th largest dome of any in the world and was ornately decorated with frescoes, a gorgeous icon stand and reliquaries. After the visit, we said our goodbyes to Elena, who was a wonderful guide for the 3 days we had with her. It was still raining when we left and we stopped for a quick coffee to wait ...

Happy Families

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jun 29, 2011


... give me a break), I heard it start. This wasn't just a domestic dispute, it was an all-out war. I'm not joking when I say I think they were building barricades. I could actually feel everything. I heard three voices - two male and one female. The walls are so thin that you can hear every little word, every curse, every movement. She was yelling, "You *******, you *******!" and the reply, possibly from a neighbour, was, "It's been a long, long time!" Then, ...