Petro Sport Hotel

Address: 6a Shosseynaya Street, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 1111, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6a Shosseynaya Street, St. Petersburg, is near Piskariovskoye Memorial Cemetery and Volodarsky Bridge.
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      A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on Apr 27, 2014

      5 comments, 45 photos

      ... off. When we arrived at the street housing our hotel we were troubled to find its entrance in a back street, up a flight of worn stairs. No worries as it turned out to be a small suite with a king sized bed on the mezzanine. Reassuringly it is in the same street as the grand marques, Gucci, Prada, Dior and all that lot. Squeezed between them and the churches was a brilliant supermarket. Shopping is much the same worldwide but shopping for vodka is a skill I ...

      Peter and Pancakes

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      ... our tea and pancake party we followed Olya like baby ducklings, back along the streets of St Pete's, down a 3 minute escalator journey to the 3rd deepest metro in the world and wound up in a Rock and Roll Bar for a final evening drink and a dance. Steve charmed Olya as he swung her around the dance floor, then moved on to Mandy. The rest of the group, obviously intimidated by our prowess, declined to give the dance floor a ...

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      ... my Canadian friend and I's great distress, sold Alaska to the US for $7.2 million.

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