Hotel Anjuta on Ladozhskaya

Industrialniy 40 building 1 , St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Water, Water, Everywhere

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer


... but we took a little stroll through the gardens before getting on the bus for the ride back to the ship. We had dinner again at the buffet and decided we weren’t interested in the shows – and we were really pretty worn out from our two big days – so we skipped them and turned in early. We had another walking tour in the next port, Tallinn, so we thought we better rest and prepare for the next day.

Tomorrow: Estonia, the singing ...

Last day in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by kkelly432


... realize is that they encounter the same, if not worse, problems when they try to get Canadian or American visas. European countries don't give them the same grief. So it's quid pro quo. Who knows which came first. Back to the day's activities. In the afternoon we went to the lesser palace of the Yusopov family. They were nobility and friends of the Czars, but their claim to fame is that their younger and only surviving son, Felix, (after the older one ...

Gold and More Gold

A travel blog entry by friendlycanuck


... already and they are not done.
Russia was one place we probably will not go back to, but I would advise everyone if you can, go there, the architecture and history is amazing.

In the two days here we took over 1500 pictures, I think Beth took a picture of EVERY chandelier she saw and there was one in every room of every palace and church!


Last Day in Russia

A travel blog entry by tofor85


... shuffled from Stateroom to Stateroom. The most impressive of which was the famous Amber Room, completely decorated inside with pieces of Amber. It was fascinating to learn just how well the palace had been restored after it was all but destroyed near completely in the second world war.
After the palace, we enjoyed a walk, or shuffle, through the grounds gardens. There were plenty of green fields, French and ...

The Iron curtain is fimly in place....

A travel blog entry by wilbertine42


... rent in Russia is a massive nightmare and nearly all foreigners are overcharged. Their apartment was pretty cool though and definitely bigger than what you would get back home for the same money. It was in an old tenement building and looked pretty creepy by night. We had a few beers followed by a vodka fishbowl and some random tomato ketchup pasta before heading to a party on the other side of Nevsky Prospekt. We got an illegal taxi for 200 Rubles and ended up ...


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