Nautilus Inn

3 Rizhskaya St Office 300, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 195196, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Yeliseev's Food Hall (Yeliseevskiy Gastronom), Alexander Nevsky Lavra, Bolsheokhtinsky Bridge, and Akimov Comedy Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

    Second Day in St. Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by wendler on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... he made "secret" fountains that only started when someone sat down or moved! he would send his enemies, unwanted guests to these places and have them sit down and then they would get soaked!!! we have never seen anything like it! we walked around the gardens and the took the hydrofoil back to the city which dropped us off at The Hermitage and then picked up our car and were driven back to the port.! Off to Catherine's Palace tomorrow and then the Church of Spilled ...

    A great place to hang one's hat

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 05, 2013

    ... lot of people. Inside Mir is very nice with a large common area with kitchen and internet. Its split into two floors, with the upper floor reached with a staircase so steep that they have had to cut spaces for your knees out of each step. I found Mir to be a fantastic place to stay. Staff are friendly and helpful and I met a lot of nice interesting people staying there. I would definitely stay here ...

    St Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by errolandtrish on Aug 14, 2013

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    ... Here in St Petersburg there were 2,000,000 Russians killed. And the devastation the Germans did whilst they occupied parts of Russia is hard to communicate. The Russians took most of their art treasures and sculpures from here prior to the German advance but couldn't take them all and the Germans deliberately destroyed a lot. Anyway, so much for the history lesson. Unbelievable to think we are here in St. ...

    St Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by jennyontheroad on Jul 14, 2013

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    ... than active destruction. Since the 1990s large-scale projects are underway, with meticulous restoration being carried out internally and externally. The amount of gold leaf used in the Russian Baroque period is unimaginable. Highlights today, firstly Peterhof Gardens and the beautifully restored Mon Plaisir which is set in what is now the favourite park of the local people as well as a tourist favourite; and secondly Caviar, champagne and vodka at the Grand Europa ...

    Art Extravaganza in the Imperial City

    A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Apr 27, 2013

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... Blood," so called because it was built on the site of the assassination of Czar Alexander II. It is an absolutely huge church with onion domes ala St Basil's in Moscow and covered inside with golden mosaics.

    We also visited St. Isaac's Cathedral, the church whose golden dome dominates the St. Petersburg skyline. And on our last morning, we checked out the Armenian Catholic Church and the Kazan Cathedral, which ...