Mayakovskogo 1

Mayakovskogo ulitsa 1, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

The journey begins

A travel blog entry by nettyjane on Oct 04, 2014

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... who assured us we would leave from the main station. Unconvinced by this we gave our selves plenty of time to get to the station just in case. All ten minute walks to the station take way longer when you are carrying over 20kg with you so we set off to see what was happening.


Just before we left we met a couple who were traveling the same rout as us and would be traveling along with us through Russia & Mongolia, we were reassured that they ...

St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Jul 11, 2014

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... in. What a fabulous sight greets us. The walls and ceilings of the church are completely covered with mosaic and the floor with designs in marble. It was built over the spot where Alexander was killed and has been restored to its former glory wonderfully. It isn't even crowded as this a late evening visit which means we can appreciate it more. We then set off to find a bar mentioned in a recent Guardian article. It means ...

The Cruise

A travel blog entry by sal_mickandsue on Aug 23, 2013

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... that
you are supposed to become younger, if you bathe in it. One of my fingers is
looking very young where I dipped it into the water and I am sure Aunty Sue’s
neck is looking much younger also, Uncle Mick is hoping for hair regrowth!

8/8/2013 Day 5 - Uglich

Ready for another tour of yet another island, this time with a spot of shopping thrown
in! I can’t believe the rows of tent shops, selling pretty much ...

Keys to paradise

A travel blog entry by marrre on Jul 02, 2013

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Splendour! A single word to epitomize the feel and look of Russia's second largest city. Far removed from the popular image of Soviet era concrete bunker buildage, Saint Petersburg displays a Tsarian aristocracy in its architecture, and indeed it should; as the port to the west, both figuratively and literally, the former capitol has always had a more European than Soviet Russian approach. That the very spark that set off the communist movement was ignited ...

St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by nicoll on Apr 13, 2013

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We started the day off with a very late cooked breakfast at the hotel, then headed off to the Church of the Saviour on the Spilt Blood. Oh wow! What a place, but its not actually a church, it a monument built on the site where Tsar Alexander II was murdered in 1881. All the walls and ceilings (including the inside of the onion domes) are covered in mosaics (75,300 square feet!). The inside walls are covered in intricately detailed Old Russian mosaic ...

 

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