Azimut Hotel Saint Petersburg

Address: Lermontovskiy Prospekt 43/1, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 190103, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the ?6 area of St. Petersburg, is near Yusupov Palace, Oranienbaum / Lomonosov Palace, Trinity Cathedral, and Kirov Apartment Museum.
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      A travel blog entry by yello22 on Jul 09, 2014

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      Yello22 stayed here on Jul 9, 2014 during their trip titled: Jesse's Great search of the cousins from the east.. and .. Russia, Tomorrowland and Thailand after...

      The Border Crossing & Wonders of St. Petersburg

      A travel blog entry by pverco on Aug 15, 2012

      27 photos

      ... We had soup, rice and chicken, along with a few vegetables, coffee, tea etc. - and bottled water!!. We were warned that anywhere in Russia, Belarus and Lithuania, you do not drink any water or even clean your teeth with their water.

      After lunch we got under way again and travelled along a fairly high standard road. We finally got onto a better section of road (much newer) with sealed shoulders. Well the next experience was to confront ...

      Texas Charm and an IPhone

      A travel blog entry by drtee on May 27, 2012

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... of it.

      Again, an absolute mob, in every sense of the word. The line was as long as the line that caused me to give up on the Van Gogh museum. Olga was able to get us in past some of them, though. Good job, Olga.

      You have to go through a security checkpoint, like at an airport. No liquids allowed (there were scores of bottles of water stacked up outside the scanner). No large bags. No umbrellas. My cane was allowed. I can’t ...

      "I Loved You.."

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jul 14, 2011

      1 comment

      ... Soviet era, the main house was converted into communal apartments, but was claimed as a museum in the 1960s. Olenin had five children; 3 boys and 2 girls. One son, Alexei Alexeivich, was killed in the War of 1812, and another wounded at the famed Battle of Borodino. As we went through and spoke with one of the women working there, we were constantly photographed by a serious looking guy with a big lens. He would hold the camera to his face, shoot awful photos ...