Menshikov Hotel

Address: 12 Ural'skaya ulitsa, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 199155, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the ?11 area of St. Petersburg, is near Mussorgsky Opera and Ballet Theater, Menshikov Palace, Dolls Museum, and St. Sampson Cathedral.
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      Versailles by the Sea

      A travel blog entry by chipbutty on Sep 11, 2014

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... palace must be classed as priceless.

      I thought Chatsworth House was good but it's not a patch on this place.

      The only down side was the staff wouldn't let me daudle (as I quite often do) and politely move people along.
      Consequently, the tour only lasts an hour.
      It was definitely worth it though.

      Back outside and a last stroll around the gardens before heading back to St Petersburg.

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      St. Petersburg, Russia

      A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jul 14, 2014

      3 comments, 105 photos

      ... and park are once again known as Peterhof.





      The fountains of Peterhof are one of Russia's most famous tourist attractions, drawing millions of visitors every year. Fountains were intrinsic to Peter the Great's original plans for Peterhof - it was the impossibility of engineering sufficiently powerful jets of water that prompted him to move his attentions from the Strelna site to ...

      Running out of Superlatives

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

      65 photos

      ... 8211; you can see one in the picture with our guide – absolutely mind blowing the work which went into one of these. There was also a display showing the damage caused during WW2 – and in there was a picture – which I’ve included here showing all the vegetables growing outside the Cathedral – there were many many citizens died during the war – but the majority of them weren’t caused by combat but by starvation. ...

      Back to Russia

      A travel blog entry by rell01 on May 30, 2014

      10 photos

      ... coning out of my ears I was really pivved off as this should have been the high light of my day but it wasn't..... (I think you get my drift) Poor John trying to calm me down I knew we would never be back here so I wanted to get the best of the place to me I had missed the best & it was the sights from water level were amazing. Guess I have to as John would say build a bridge & get over it. Still trying but hard knowing I missed so much. ...

      From Shtetl to Self-Empowerment

      A travel blog entry by alleifer on Jul 24, 2013

      5 photos

      ... or only spoken language.

      Jews were not allowed to go to university, join the government, do business in the major Russian cities, or join the Russian Army.

      By the mid 1800's, the ideas of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” and “the rights of man” began to permeate Western Europe and a Jewish emancipation began. But in Russia, only a trickle of “useful” Jews were allowed in. ...