Motel Voyage Hotel

Pulkovskoye Shosse 107, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 196140, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Torrential rain - St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron


... a summer palace, and UNESCO World Heritage Site. No photographs allowed in the palace (and lots and lots of stern women to enforce it!), but magnificent gardens where we could take photos - pity the rain was tipping down and it was 13˚. My shoes were already squelching. We had a quick look around, took a few photos, then it was back on the bus, a few minutes ahead of time, but time for Ron to have a coffee, after a false start at a coffee shop which only ...


A travel blog entry by mek1


... in a little under an hour.

We then had lunch at the Pushkin Inn. I had my usual but Michael and John had borscht and chicken kiev, Ron had spaghetti bolognese and Dennis had pasta carbonara. Ron and Dennis have the philosophy of when in any town do as the Romans do and eat pasta. It was a very good lunch and a good rest before we were off again to the Church of Spilled Blood.

The church has this peculiar name because it was built on the ...

Artillery Museum, Zoo, and White Night Cruise

A travel blog entry by brian796


... open water of the Neva, but watching three different bridges go up was fun. Even with the overcast skies, while it got dark blue in the middle of the cruise, it never got 100% dark. By the time we got back to the apartment, the sky was already medium blue again.

Technically, the cruise event should be on our 6/18 blog, but it was before our 'big sleep' and I'm not sure if I'll get the last day's blog done timely since we have a big day of travel coming ...

Through the Iron Curtain

A travel blog entry by paulcunningham


... Hermitage and massive picture collection were impressive. I really like all the furniture and just the immense grandeur of the buildings. There were a number of very large stone vases, showing off the mineral wealth of Russia.

It was strange to think it was all collected by a single person. When she had the new Hermitage built to show the art, only a hand full of nobles were allowed in each day.

I went to see the cruiser Aurora ...

Watch out for pickpockets

A travel blog entry by mrsv14


... delta of the River Neva, some 400 miles north-west of Moscow. It is considered the most European of all the great cities of Russia, and a living monument to the opulent days of Imperialism. The City, with a population of over 5 million inhabitants, boasts the largest sea port in the country and is an important maritime centre. It is built on a series of islands spread over a wide area, in an attractive plan of large squares, parks, boulevards and ...


This hotel, located in the ?47 area of St. Petersburg, is near Catherine Palace and Park in Tsarskoye Selo and Alexander Palace and Park in Tsarskoye Selo.
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