Filippov Hotel 2

13 Vosstanya Street, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191106, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg, Russia - Day 1

A travel blog entry by mreasier on Sep 05, 2014

... was diplomatic when asked about the Ukraine. She basically said there were good arguments on both sides. She said she also had to be diplomatic about WWII. She always says Nazis put the city under siege, not saying Germans, in case there were any Germans in the tours she is guiding. Over a million died here in WWII when the city was under ...

Lost in St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 16, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

Got up bright and sparkly (5.30 am) and Gail took us to a big shed out at Heathrow and we caught our flight to Sunny Russia! Hurrah! Finally we are in the land of revolutions, Bolsheviks and big furry hats. After catching the bus and subway downtown, we wandered around for an hour hopelessly lost before we finally found our hostel. We then proceeded to wander around the beautiful city ...

Here and there..

A travel blog entry by issit on Nov 15, 2013

153 photos

... as Carmel went to the Orchestra, and we all got excited for our trip to Tallinn the next day!
It is a normal thing to just jump on the ferry and head over to Tallinn, Estonia, for the day! So that is exactly what we did! We arrived around midday, and made a bee-line for the 'Old Town', which is conveniently situated right near the ferry terminal! The cobble streets twisted and turned upwards, and the shops and people looked more and more medieval as we went! There was a ...

The Cruise

A travel blog entry by sal_mickandsue on Aug 23, 2013

43 photos

... we have enjoyed the company of the people at our meal table, 2 retired female school principals, Belinda, a primary principal from Tasmania
and Sylvia, a secondary principal from NSW. We have also enjoyed the company of
Cathy, the sister of the Tasmanian who is a Scot and a retired accountant as they were always seated with us. Also a group that sat near us from the US, a grandfather (John) and his granddaughter Alyssa and her husband Eric and ...

A Quite Russian Day in SPB

A travel blog entry by yokojian on Jun 12, 2013

5 photos

... in 1703 with purpose against the Swedish army. The height was only 404 feet. Thus, when you looked around the city, everything was flat and you enjoyed a broad view of the city. No pressure no compulsion. Everything was calm and peaceful. I started to like city without skyscrapers.

We didn't go inside the Fortress. Instead, we took a walk outside. There was a small beach there with a concert on. Many young people were ...