Premiere Hotel

4 Soyuza Pechatnikov Street, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

St Petersburg Trip

A travel blog entry by luisadc

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... of the gallery and the history of the art work and the building. We then had a bus tour of three different cathedrals in St Petersburg. The interior of the cathedrals are amazing and nothing like the cathedrals in Australia. We then caught the bus back to the harbour and embarked back onto the ferry ready for another 10 hour trip back to Helsinki. I can report that my sea sickness was not was bad as the first trip YAY :).

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END OF THE MARCH

A travel blog entry by mek1

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... city was built and thus it is called the "Venice of the North".

We then went for lunch at a Russian pizza place called "Pectopah". We had pizza and diet Pepsi and it was quite nice. It had a beautiful view of the Church on Spilled Blood.

We then went to St Issac's Cathedral which is spectacular. The dome is quite large and high and can be seen from 35 miles away. It was never damaged during WWII because Hitler planned to ...

Prektically for exemple hydrofoil

A travel blog entry by christinec2013

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So I'm absolutely loving Russia. It is nothing like what I expected it would be at all. It's a really cool place. And I find it so odd that they make it so difficult to get a visa to visit the country. It's an amazing place and, at least in St Petersburg, the tourism industry would be absolutely booming if it were easier to get a visa. And if word got out about how awesome this place is. To be fair though, I get a feeling it is because it is hard for Russian people to ...

Brand New Day!!

A travel blog entry by zacfranzen

First day of classes was today! It. Was. AWESOME!! After that and lunch we went out and took the Metro for the first time! It used to be an old Soviet nuclear bunker and it had the longest escalator ride down to the bottom: a two-minute ride on a single escalator! We took the metro into the city and did a long walking tour of local areas of town! After ...

Travelling north

A travel blog entry by yelnod

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... comfortable, but it could probably use a bit of an update. Especially the carpets.

We have a chance to unpack our stuff, then our guide accompanies us to a local restaurant - where again, we have the three courses served in assembly-line fashion, plus a glass of red wine. The red wine is served chilled, and I am now convinced that it would be wise to stick with the vodka - which is generally excellent and reasonably ...

Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Oranienbaum / Lomonosov Palace, Kirov Apartment Museum, Lions Bridge, and Museum of Hygiene (Muzei Gigieny).
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