Apricot Hostel

Nevskiy prospekt, 106, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191025, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown/Center City/Historic Area area of St. Petersburg, is near Peter and Paul Fortress (Petropavlovskaya Krepost), House of Books (Dom Knigi), Stroganov Palace, and Shostakovich Philharmonic Hall.
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Joining the Club

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 04, 2014

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... returning to the same cafeteria again today for an early lunch. Afterwards, it was on to the sobering, yet inspiring, Siege of Leningrad Memorial Museum. This museum illustrates the capture, occupafion, suffering, and ultimate victory of St, Petersburg residents who were trapped behind a Nazi blockade for almost 900 days during WWII. About a million people died from shelling, starvation, and disease during the ordeal. Food was extremely scarce and some people sustained ...

Saint Petersburg, the jewel of Russia?

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on May 30, 2014

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... 2km from the station to our hostel. The weather was of course bad, grey, gloomy, and often times rainy. We found the hostel, no English spoken here but we managed. After settling in we found a Russian cafeteria style restaurant (very common). We picked a few items and had a very nice meal. Antisocial Jamie took the night off, I went looking for a couchsurfing event. I was unable to find the English practice event. After about an hour with no ...

Lenin, Hockey games, and Price Waterhouse Coopers

A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock on Oct 15, 2013

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... and food save for a single narrow passage out the back of the city via lake ladoga. St Petersburg was under siege for 900 days (900 days!) and during this time saw its population dwindle from 3.5 million to 800,000. Russians in World War II suffered by far the largest casualties out of any country involved, the current death toll of 27 million outnumbering all ally forces and civilians combined. St Petersburg serves as almost a perfect syllogism for Russian ...

A boatride to our "summer" house

A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 13, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... it is when the canal is frozen over and the griffins are covered in snow. I think that this little delightful whimsical bits of architecture or design which surprise you as you're walking through the city is what makes it such a magical city.

By the time we got back, we crashed into bed. It was only 8pm, but we were done for the day. It was our last full day in Saint Petersburg and we spent it well. Tomorrow is a day we will spend mostly traveling, which will be a nice break for ...

Artillery Museum, Zoo, and White Night Cruise

A travel blog entry by brian796 on Jun 17, 2013

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... open water of the Neva, but watching three different bridges go up was fun. Even with the overcast skies, while it got dark blue in the middle of the cruise, it never got 100% dark. By the time we got back to the apartment, the sky was already medium blue again.

Technically, the cruise event should be on our 6/18 blog, but it was before our 'big sleep' and I'm not sure if I'll get the last day's blog done timely since we have a big day of travel coming ...

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