Marshal Hotel

Address: 41 Shpalernaya Street, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191123, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Welcome to Russua

A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Oct 09, 2014

... two stops to the station we needed to get off. I had instructions how to get to the apartment so off we walked. Ahead of us we saw this beautiful park with gorgeous yellow leaves and then around the corner was this huge huge square. It was amazing and made us very excited to want to get out and explore. Andrew was there to meet us and let us into the apartment. I could feel Liz's anxiety rising as we walked around the back of the building, passed some work going on, through ...

Last Day in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by wendler on Aug 04, 2014

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... Much of the palace was destroyed during WWII but most of the art etc was hidden in the Urol mountains and brought back. The building was reconstructed after the war. Amazing before and after pictures. We then came back into the city and went to the church of spilled blood. Looks a little like the church in Red Square in moscow. Amazing mosaics on the inside. then back to the ship! great 3 days in St. ...

Uglich on the Volga

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on Sep 10, 2013

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Today it has turned cold. We went out for the tour of the small town of Uglich which dates back to the 10th Century. We have noticed that a number of churches are called the "something" of the spilled blood. Apparently it is common to build a church on the spot where someone was murdered. This town is no exception. The church is Demetri of the Spilled Blood. Demetri was a 7 year old boy, related to Ivan the Terrible and he was murdered on this spot in the 17th ...

Struck by the clouds of cruel fate

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 04, 2013

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... in the stomach. The wound was fatal, but Pushkin clung on to life for two days after. He was brought back to his flat where he was laid on his sofa in his study. Word quickly spread of what had happened and his flat was soon flooded by friends and family to say goodbye. To keep the flood of strangers who also showed up informed, one of his friends scrawled "Pushkin" in charcoal on the door of the ...

My own walkabout tour of St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Sep 20, 2012

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... attack that never happened, it was later used as a prison for political prisoners and during the 1917 revolution its guns were used to fire at the Winter Palace.

Continuing my trek towards the Submarine I came across a Naval Museum and the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography. I decided to check out the later. I finally found the entrance, avoiding scaffolding, and made my way to the ticket counter. I handed the clerk my entrance fee which ...