Die Goldene Bucht

Address: Str. 53, Kaliningrad, North-West Russia, 236000, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Str. 53, Kaliningrad, is near Pavlovsk Palace and Park, Trans-Siberian Railway, Chesma Church (Chesmenskaya Tserkov), and Altai Mountains.
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Travel Blogs from Kaliningrad

The Relationship Between the Land and How People L

A travel blog entry by storytellers on Jun 05, 2015

The Relationship Between the Land and How People Live in this Area
People in St.Petersburg have to adapt to floods every month because the moon pulls the ocean water right next to st.petersburg into the streets, this is called high tide. St.Petersburg is also in northern russia so the people have to live in a colder climate which means they need warmer homes and clothes.


A travel blog entry by pruzka on May 28, 2015

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... be marked on your answers. She will make a great teacher! Roger and Prue take part in the quiz and its better than the last one but they are not winners! Off to folk song practice and we are all pretty good now...concert ready! Our teacher is one of the team of folk music players on board; a strongly built and strongly voiced olive skinned woman with long brown hair - she looks Russian and her voice is what you would think of a Russian womans voice - big, ...


A travel blog entry by pruzka on May 27, 2015

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... framed and displayed around the church. Its still used today but during the war the Finns occupied the area and nearly all the residents were put into concentration camps to prevent them aiding the partisans. The Finns plundered the churches but after the war i an unusual act gave the Kizhi ones back. While we were in the church three young priests came in and sang in harmony a prayer - hair raising moment. The churches are raised onto stones to ...

St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on Apr 06, 2015

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... Palace, the official residence of the Tsar family. We must have spent 5 hours here. It is debatable as to whether the main reason to go is for the contents of the museum or the interior of the building itself which is a true gem, beautifully decorated.

Exhausted, overwhelmed we left in silence reflecting what we had seen and walked to look at the outside of the Erloesecathedral, yes again, as every time I saw it I feared it was my last chance. I said to Michi let’s go in ...

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 ...