Palantin Hotel

Rizhskiy prospekt 4/ 6, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 198103, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the ?6 area of St. Petersburg, is near Yusupov Palace, Oranienbaum / Lomonosov Palace, Trinity Cathedral, and Kirov Apartment Museum.
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    Finally...the Hermitage

    A travel blog entry by rachenry on Aug 01, 2014

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    We then set off for the final site on our whirlwind tour of ...

    St. Petersburg

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    ... how light it was. We had booked a two day tour of about 11 hours each day, but, after discovering that there was over 5 kms of walking and 3,500 steps we didn't think it would be too good for Place’s knee, so we changed to a one day City tour and walking tour of Catherine Palace.

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    The MS Lev Tolstoy

    A travel blog entry by suetrevsal on Aug 04, 2013

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    ... other groups were, Russian, French and the biggest group Spanish.

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    Peter's City, Catherine's Palace and the Kirov

    A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Jul 24, 2013

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    ... are generally white with luxuriant gold-leaf trim while later rooms are decorated in the classic style that Catherine preferred, using less gold and more color and include a Wedgwood room.

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    Hello St. Petersburg!

    A travel blog entry by yokojian on Jun 10, 2013

    ... Russia is deeply influence by it. I proved myself right in the my coming days.

    Back to the line, after around one hour I got my turn. The officier kept looking at me, asking me to take off the glasses, which was acceptable to me, to turn right and left, raise my head and keep it down. He tried hard to figure it out that I was whom I was on the passport. He checked the immigration documents time and times again, sealed it but rechecked it again. I ...