Royal Antares

Address: 147/36 Nevskiy Prospekt , St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 193024, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Yeliseev's Food Hall (Yeliseevskiy Gastronom), Alexander Nevsky Lavra, Dostoevsky House Museum, and Akimov Comedy Theatre.
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Welcome to Russua

A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Oct 09, 2014

... saw a young guy sweeping up the fallen autumn leaves, that was a full time job at this time of year. Ok where now? A map, yes this would help us. What, the metro was the way we had come? Ok walk back. A big sign on a building down the side street. Metrocom. Is this it? Doesn't look busy. Let's go and try. Met at the door by a nice old man who must get lots of tourists like us come to the door. He shakes his head and points back the way we had come past the young man sweeping. So ...

Day 5 - Peter and Paul church/Peterhof

A travel blog entry by billc507 on Sep 10, 2013

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... Great to celebrate the victory over Sweden. It has hundreds of fountains. On the way back yo the city we drove past Constantine Palace. This is sometimes referred to as Putingrad. This is where the G20 was held. Obama stayed at the 4 seasons which is downtown near the Savior of the Spilled blood, the church of the resurrection of Christ. We went into it today. On Sunday we only stopped a block away for pictures. This church was built to honor the death of Tsar ...

Hermitage Bound

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 05, 2013

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... to Nicholas II. Unfortunately one of the most famous portraits of Peter the Great was on loan to another gallery.

Some rooms of the Winter Palace show what the palace was like under the Tsars, including the throne room. The throne is still there too. So much history in that room. You can almost imagine the Bolsheviks breaking into that room during the revolution.

By that time it was 2pm and time to meet the English tour group Elena had arranged for me to ...

Like Paris... but more grand

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment, 53 photos

... opposite Kazan Cathedral, and 4.50 later for a latte, we were ready to go and see the Alexander Nevsky monastery which has some famous graves (Tchaikovsky, Dostoevsky some of Pushkin’s friends and a CF Tolstoy who was an architect – a possible relation?) we also visited the bones of Alexander Nevsky.

We then got on the bus bound for Novgorod, one of the oldest towns in Russia and a UNESCO heritage site.

We sat up the back next to the ...

Last But Certainly Not Least

A travel blog entry by john.babinec on Oct 21, 2012

1 comment, 48 photos

... So, before I knew it we were in some complete stranger's car on our way to the fortress! Crazy!!

The Peter and Paul Fortress was the very first settlement that started the city of St. Petersburg and it was founded by Peter the Great. But one thing I didn't know is that inside the small Cathedral at the center of the fortress lie the remains of many of the Grand Dukes and Duchesses of the Russian Imperial Family! So, you can imagine my surprise when I ...