Arkadia Hotel

Address: Emb. Reki Moiki, 58a/G, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 190000, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Emb. Reki Moiki, 58a/G, St. Petersburg, is near Mariinsky Theatre (Kirov Opera and Ballet), Strelka, Russian Vodka Museum, and Field of Mars (Marsovo Pole).
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      A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jun 28, 2014

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      ... They even do take away!

      The last stop of the day, before going back, was stopping at the sweets place shown to us on our walking tour yesterday. Everything was so expensive that I only ended up getting a couple macaroons. I was tempted to get some candies that I used to eat a lot when I was a kid, but decided it wasn't worth it. They had some well decorated bottles of vodka and beer too.

      -- Ryan L.
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      St. Petersburg Day 2

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      ... periods from all over the world. We found it pretty redundant to look at Greek, French, or Spanish works so we focused on the preserved rooms of the palace and the Russian art. We may have skipped a lot, but we were still there for over an hour and a half! Next, we finished the day at St. Isaac's Cathedral, the building of gold, silver, and ...

      From Russia with love

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      ... Once we started to check all the items in the Hermitage, we realized that in a group we couldn't do the sightseeing all together. Some of us just wanted to check and go and some others were interested more about the stories behind the items. To put it in a short way, the group split. Metow and Dogan went for a quick view and go out. The rest of us decided to continue with the program of Mete. As we are talking about one of the biggest museums of the world, after a while ...

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

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      ... World War II, having over a million local soldiers die, and 800,000 die from starvation. After the tour of the museum, we took a bus to where the front lines used to be....eerily close to the city. After the front lines we visited Piskarevskoye Cemetary, the largest mass grave in the world and the final resting place of over 500,000 people. The cemetary moved me to tears, and I am not sure I have ever been in a place that causes more inward reflection on human ...

      A boatride to our "summer" house

      A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 13, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... a summer home, but also as a monument to his defeating Sweden in the war that made St. Petersburg a Russian city. There are many allegorical references to that victory throughout the palace and grounds. At a certain point you have to wonder if he spent more money celebrating that victory than he did actually achieving it.
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