Marco Polo Saint-Petersburg

Address: 12-th line, d. 27, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 199178, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the ?15 area of St. Petersburg, is near Piskariovskoye Memorial Cemetery, St. Petersburg University, and Listvjanka.
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      A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Oct 09, 2014

      ... did English. It only gave the money in a 5000 rouble note and I needed to pay 56 roubles for the tickets. So I got lots of change from the lady in the ticket office. Now to the station. The metro is so far underground that it takes a trip on the escalator two and half minutes to get there. It is the longest I have been on. At the bottom of the escalator was a little booth with a lady sitting in it. Not sure what her job was but she was dozing when passed her. Found our train ...

      Last Day in St. Petersburg

      A travel blog entry by wendler on Aug 04, 2014

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      Had a wonderful drive into the country to Catherine's Palace built by the daughter, Elizabeth, of Peter the Great to honour her mother, Catherine and later used by Catherine the Great. Like Peterhof it was over the top opulent! We got early access so there was ************e there. The grounds were amazing, lakes, little cottages etc. The most famous part of the palace is the "amber room" made of 6 tons ...

      Day 5 - Peter and Paul church/Peterhof

      A travel blog entry by billc507 on Sep 10, 2013

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      ... who was killed in 1881 by a bomb thrower on that very spot. This is the Tsar who freed the serfs 20 years. This church had no pews as the Russian Orthodox don't sit. It's a museum today. The inside is like St Peters in Rome, all mosaic but in a much smaller scale. Time for dinner. More tomorrow. Let me know if you are having troubles seeing this blog or the pictures from the photo stream. I will do those from today after supper. There are 29 do far plus what I add today. ...

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      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 04, 2013

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      My own walkabout tour of St Petersburg

      A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Sep 20, 2012

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      ... and Paul Fortress I did not bother to go in the churches (featuring obligatory scaffolding) and just wandered the grounds for a while. In hindsight maybe the experience would have been more worthwhile if I had gone in a church. I am glad the fortress was in between the Aurora and the Submarine as I would have felt a bit annoyed if I had gone out of my way to come here. The Fortress was commissioned by Peter the Great to protect St Petersburg from a ...