Comfitel Primavera St. Petersburg

Nevsky Prospect, 92 - St Petersburg, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191025, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by ianwill

... too small with no window at all. The next room was just right, it was a good size, with a nice desk, and a nice view. Why do they make you go through this circus? I have a theory, I believe there is a competition between receptionists to see who can 'sell' the worst room in the hotel, the one who gets the most guests to stay in the room ...

Schnitzels, wiener, chicken kievs... and vodka.

A travel blog entry by avv78


So I may have to speak a bit loudly on this blog, you see at the moment we are whisking through the Russian forest at about 200km/h on a high speed train bound for Helsinki. Anyway lets see how this goes given this is also being written on only 4 hours sleep due to a jam packed last night in St Petersburg. Oh look at me there I go jumping ahead again.... So we left off after having just got on the train in Zagreb bound for Ljubljana in Slovenia. We ...

The Palace Square

A travel blog entry by kburavlov


... unarmed strikers (Bloody Sunday) in 1905 and where in 1917 Bolshevik militants stormed the Winter Palace following a shot fired from the Aurora Cruiser.
In the center of the Palace Square stands the Alexander Column. It was built after Russia's victory over the French in the war of 1812 ironically by a French architect. On top of the column is an angel whose face looks like Emperor Alexander I. It is 165 feet tall and made ...

St Petersburg, Day 1

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys


... to have any effect.

Tsarskoe Selo is the village of the tsars, about an hour in the minibus outside the city, where Catherine built her summer palace. This lady did not believe in half measures, she built big. But the crowds wanting to see it are even bigger. It’s almost all a reconstruction as the Germans captured it in World War II and used it as a base, blowing it up when they abandoned it on their retreat. ...

Velcome to Russia

A travel blog entry by timdavisrice


... for tourists). We were served very quickly and with no warm greeting. We sat at a simple table, had slips of paper as napkins as used in soviet time. Paper napkins as we know them did not exist. Elina then proceeded to tell us that these same napkins were also used as toilet paper (very scratchy - ouch!) As we continued our walk we visited a pie shop where they serve traditional russian pie called piroguey (not sure how you would spell this, ...

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