Mayakovskogo 1

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

Russian river cruise

A travel blog entry by billc507

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... through it. The residential architecture of the city is dull, dirty and boring. However the downtown area was more ornate but still much of the area is dirty and boring. St Petersburg became Leningrad in 1921 and remained that until 1991. It was interesting to see that the city had 21 draw bridges that are only open from 1-5 am every day for boats to get through. We saw the church of the Resurrection. See pic. A beautiful ...

St Eyecandyburg

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad

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... of mars". We got our photo taken with Alexander the Great and with Ivan's namesake in the Russian State Museum. At lunch we were having a beer (or two) outside the church of the saviour on the blood, when surrounded by lots of flag waving drunken sailors. They're drunkenness put us to shame!! We have no idea what the #\¥* was going on, but we went with the flow. We had our drinks in a summer bar next to the canal the runs past the church, just an awesome way to spend an ...

Petergrad, Leningrad, no wait it's St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome

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... Kiwi to see the sights with. I think I have met my mums double. She reminds me so much of her in more ways than one, a little scary actually. But they are good company, willing to have a chat and always buying something to keep us entertained.

Over to Saint Nicholas Naval Cathedral which was the only church to remain open in St Petersburg through the revolution and is still a working church today. Very highly decorated with many icons which the ...

Seriously guys, are you gonna stay up all night?

A travel blog entry by mergatroid

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... most attractions within walking distance.

After being able to have a shower and freshen up we all met up at 0900 for Sara to take us on an orientation walk of the city. Well it wasn’t quite all us who turned up for the orientation tour, Hayley was nowhere to be seen, I think the train trip might have caught up with her. One thing I found odd about the Tucan tour, the tour leader had to share rooms with a paying customer when there were odd ...

Last day in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

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... regarding it as a splendid monument to Elizabeth's wealth and Catherine II's glory. In 1817, Alexander I engaged Vasily Stasov to refurbish some interiors of his grandmother's residence in the Empire style. Twenty years later, the magnificent Stasov Staircase was constructed to replace the old circular staircase leading to the Palace Chapel. Unfortunately, most of Stasov's interiors - specifically those dating from the reign of Nicholas I - have not ...

 

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