Nordhostel Hermitage

Address: Bol'shaya Morskaya St., 10, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191186, Russian Federation | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near St. Nicholas' Naval Cathedral, Museum of Local Lore, Gagarin Park, and Loft Project.
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      A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Oct 09, 2014

      ... saw a young guy sweeping up the fallen autumn leaves, that was a full time job at this time of year. Ok where now? A map, yes this would help us. What, the metro was the way we had come? Ok walk back. A big sign on a building down the side street. Metrocom. Is this it? Doesn't look busy. Let's go and try. Met at the door by a nice old man who must get lots of tourists like us come to the door. He shakes his head and points back the way we had come past the young man sweeping. So ...

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      ... 300 years ago and amazingly used gravity to feed all the fountains and make them run. AMAZING!!!! they used to have 6-7 year old boys manage the pipes etc and if their was a problem they would make them go into the pipes!!! Had a fun exclusive visit to the "grotto" which is the area under the main fountains. this is not only where the inner workings were but also where Catherine the Great had her secret passages for lovers to enter the palace! Peter the Great was ...

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      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 04, 2013

      ... off the bus. Bit of an adventure but I got to see some of the city I otherwise wouldn't have.

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      ... one side of the city under the river to the other side. The station is 120m underground and they are ornately decorated with mosaics depicting various scenes depending on the location of the station.
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      A travel blog entry by andygailtravel on Jun 19, 2013

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      ... day with a background of music. Springwater is stored in an aquifer under the palace until enough pressure is built up for the fountains to work - 11am each day. The gates to the fountains is then opened and water feeds through with 1 then the others following. The fountains go through to early evening then are shut off again for the water to build up again. No pumps are used for the fountains. After Peterhof we had lunch ...