Mayakovskogo 14

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

The State Hermitage Museum

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 19, 2015

1 comment, 39 photos

... information desk bypassing all the lines. I wondered why more didn't buy the online tickets and I seemed to be the only one?



Next there was a mandatory free coat check which was to become the norm in all Russian museums. You are first greeted by a grand majestic staircase leading ...

Day 15 St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 15, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... had the Captain's Welcome drinks and dinner. Unfortunately the Captain does not speak English so we got his welcome through a translator, and I think I doubt the accuracy of the translation. We also did not get invited onto the Captain's table for dinner, not sure what you had to do to get that invite, we obviously didn't have the right stuff!!!

Another early start tomorrow so we might need to go to bed to sleep off all the Captain's drinks!
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Running out of Superlatives

A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 07, 2014

65 photos

... We were the second bus in the carpark at Peterhof and were able to go straight into the Palace and did the tour of the rooms with the place almost empty – what a difference it makes when you’re not shuffling along in a mass of people. The interior of the palace is beautiful but incredibly ornate and almost over the top with lots of the room done in the Russian baroque style. The palace was almost destroyed in World War 2 and it’s been ...

Day 57: The Fortress

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jun 28, 2014

19 photos

Hello World!

We have one last day in St. Petersburg before departing on the night train going to Moscow. We decided to take advantage of the warmer weather and walk a bit further than yesterday to the Peter & Paul's Fortress.

The fortress walled perimeter is shaped like a crown. There are a lot of different buildings inside that have been made into museums/exhibits. Payment is required to enter ...

Living up to expectations!

A travel blog entry by alyandgreg on Oct 15, 2013

5 photos

... knucklehead went for an early morning run, got very lost and the only landmark he recognised was this church and had to go back there a couple of times to get his bearings. God love him!

We also visited St Nicholas' and the famous St Isaac's Cathedral, the fourth biggest cathedral in the world behind St Peter's in Vatican City, St Paul's in London and St Bruce's in Florence (not really Bruce - not ...