Address: Razezzhaya St., 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, Bank Bridge, Bolsheokhtinsky Bridge, and Piskariovskoye Memorial Cemetery.
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    The Magnificent Hermitage & Catherine's Palace

    A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Sep 13, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... we wished, including in the famed Amber room, a room whose walls were completely covered with precious Amber, and in the olden days, precious stones. Unfortunately the stones disappeared during WWII, never to be found. The current rebuilt room has the Amber walls again but no precious stones. It certainly is the most elegant room I have ever seen.

    Our final stop on the palace tour was the huge main ballroom where a string quartet ...


    A travel blog entry by pruzka on May 28, 2015

    15 photos

    28th May no idea what day it is...Dobroye Utro I woke early and decided to around the decks 20 times took about an hour. Roger joined me running, much harder for him to achieve this and he is missing dry land. Prue ventured upstairs to the exercises, John slept. By 9 Prue Roger and Bev were into the second Russian language lesson with the lovely Anatastia who calls everyone Dear ladies and Gentlemen and tells us to 'be attentive" and to please dear ladies ...

    Venice of the North

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 01, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... then rats. After the siege, there were no longer any cats to catch mice and rats. So the government shipped in 3 train loads of cats to the city. In honour of this, there are now two cat statues on Malaya Sadovaya Street.

    We walked back along Nevskii Prospekt, stopping for for some pirogi (sort of bread filled with various things) which were delicious. After lunch, Elena took me past St Isaac's cathedral, another massive church. Some of the ...

    A glimpse of Russia

    A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jun 18, 2013

    48 photos

    ... Theatre, Moskva River and Novodevichy Convent. St Basil's cathedral is a magnificent collection of brightly coloured onion shaped domes completed in 1561. Ivan the Terrible blinded the architects after completion because he didn't want anything of comparable beauty built again. The interior is incredibly ornate, with several churches in the one building (more like chapels really). We had a couple of ...

    Watch out for pickpockets

    A travel blog entry by mrsv14 on Jun 30, 2012

    13 photos

    I hadn't slept very well at all – probably due to the fact that it didn’t actually get fully dark (we were also awake around 1.30am filming from the balcony as the sky looked lovely). Very cool but not particularly useful when you sleep with the curtains partially open. I’d been having some exceedingly weird dreams too, about the karaoke and the dancing – you can see where my head was! We also lost another hour so that was another ...