Pride Hotel

Kazanskaya ulitsa, d. 12, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191186, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

The Last Day in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by kerryb

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... our group in each room. It works really well, except that there is never enough time to see and photograph all you want. They do keep you moving along! We returned to the AmaKaterina for lunch and a brief rest prior to lunch. After lunch we headed off by bus to St Isaac's Cathedral. In Russia a Cathedral means a number of churches under one roof. (see, I was paying attention to the Nadia). In the case of St Isaac's there are four churches. This church is ...

All that glitters

A travel blog entry by dougo

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... br> AND …. if you've heard that the Hermitage has so many objects that it would take you 9 years to see them all if you spent just one minute in front of every object ... then think of the task we had in narrowing down the photos we took !! Monumental is the word that comes to mind !

Let’s start at the beginning of the day.
We found out that Princess was doing a "tender ticket" type process on a strictly first ...

St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by fromthemill

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... my documents in quite right and the lady/rottweiler behind the glass gave me a stern talking to, just as well I couldn't understand her! On arrival in St Petersburg, we were early so decided to hit the pavements and set out on a 5 hour walk around the city to orientate ourselves and discover the sights. I hadn't realised that St Petersburg was right on the coast and was the self styled "Venice of the North". I imagine in the summer it's super pretty and ...

Rainy day in Russia

A travel blog entry by ccaraian

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... the magnificent Church of the Spilled
Blood, built all of mosaics to honour the tsar who abolished serfdom
but was assassinated.
In the evening we saw a wonderful
folkloric performance of song and dance with beautiful costumes.
Each time we left and returned to the
ship we had to queue to go through immigration – infuriating!


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Nothing to see here!

A travel blog entry by andrewrmc

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... then proceeded to carry her two small suitcases, carry her large backpack, while nudging her smaller over the shoulder bag down the air ramp with her feet. Surely if you can't carry everything; it's time to be introduced to the check-in desk. We were further bemused by this same passenger some 9 hours later when she gathered those bags, strapped on her backpack and with two others in tow, proceeded to make her way to the front of the plane, while ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the ?78 area of St. Petersburg, is near Nevsky Prospekt, Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan (Kazansky Sobor), and Immanuel Kant's Grave.
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