Hotel Polikoff

Address: Nevskiy Ave., 64/11, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Anichkov Bridge, Gostiny Dvor, Monument to Catherine the Great, and Architect Rossi Street (Ulitsa Zodchego Rossi).
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A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 20, 2015

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... Cathedral. It is a rectangular oval design situated on the canals. First I had to almost walk around the perimeter trying to find the entrance.




Only one wing is open to the public with several state rooms. No pictures were allowed so I had to sneak a few in.






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Welcome to Russia in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 06, 2014

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... little Frenchman, but not as appreciative as Russia is proud.

We had a different plan for St. Petersburg on day two, and our group tour was to leave at 1:00 pm. We went down to immigration (the only country all cruise that requires this extra level of security) and were the only people waiting to leave in a large room that usually accommodated about 30 people per line with 20 lines. There was no apparent booth open, although there was one woman ...

The First of Two Great Days in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 06, 2014

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... photo stop for the impressive Winter Palace), we went to the amazing Church on the Spilled Blood. Although the church is actually the Church of the Resurrection, it was built on the spot where Alexander II was killed and his blood spilled. Like most of the churches in Russia, it was used for other things during the Soviet period. During World War II, it was used to store potatoes, so older people who remember that time, still call it the “Church of ...

With the tourist hordes

A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jun 25, 2014

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... there the sun was just setting and the streets were packed with partyers for the White Nights festival. It felt like 6pm. So weird to have it light so late. I had a cozy room in the hostel and parked myself there for 4 days. I went out and saw all the sights like the Hermitage and Peterhof and walked all over the place. But I also gave myself a chance to recharge between group trips where you are running around a lot. ...

Yet another flying visit to St P

A travel blog entry by ianwill on Nov 21, 2013

... annoy me all over again. The fun resumed at the airport for my return to Blighty. Passport control decided my passport photo wasn't me. Security guards were called and at one point I thought I was to be marched away for interrogation, i would like to point out at this stage that my passport photo is a very good likeness and have never had a second glance from the dozens of passport controls ...