Annushka Hotel

Address: Gapsalskaya St., 2, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191035, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Strelka, Russian Vodka Museum, Field of Mars (Marsovo Pole), and Narva Triumphal Arch.
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    Churches and the Romanov's

    A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 05, 2015

    48 photos

    ... not only Samson killing the lion but also symbolises Russia’s victory over Sweden in the Great Northern War. Lots of photos later we walked across the terrace infront of the house, amidst the crowd of people all craning for a photo ( lots of selfie stick in use). As we were about to return down the stairs we were surprised to see another huge set of buildings behind the Palace, and even more surprised to see another entrance, with crowds streaming through. ...

    St Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on Apr 06, 2015

    97 photos

    ... have taken home to introduce to my parents, but that is true anywhere right? As for prices, well we were warned Russia is more expensive than Vienna. However, we were lucky as the exchange rate worked in our favour and I would say prices were around Vienna prices so we did ok. When we started planning the trip it was 40 Roubles to the Euro. By the time we went we got 48 Roubles to the Euro so felt we did well. Of course once we got back and the situation with Ukraine and the ...

    Welcome to Russua

    A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Oct 09, 2014

    ... fortress there was a museum on the history of St. Petersburg up till 1917 when the revolution lead by Stalin took place. It detailed the history from early man through the ages where the cozily satin developed and grew. It was interesting even though most of the information was in Russian. At the beginning of each room a short synopsis of what the room was about was in English. There were clothes of different times, tools and utensils, everyday life stuff. St. Petersburg was a ...

    Palaces of the Romanovs, Faberge Eggs and Sable!

    A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 29, 2014

    ... cigarette cases, ashtrays, etc.) by Carl Faberge, important Russian paintings and portraits of the Czars, Catherine the Great’s chandelier, porcelain services, liturgical icons, gold and bejeweled chalices, furniture, and imperial jewelry. She brought it all back to Hillwood, her Washington D.C. estate she turned into a museum. It is still a museum to this day and it houses the most important Russian Art collection outside of Russia.

    After the Kremlin, we took a tour ...

    Rule Britannia!

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jul 18, 2013

    The first thing we did when we woke up this morning was look out of our portholes to see what the weather was like. Smaller wavelets indicated to us that the wind had dropped, and the sun was peeping out now and then through the fluffy white clouds. So it looked as though it was another fine day.

    I got showered and dressed and did my hair, dressing a ...