Pride Hotel

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

A travel blog entry by sarah.michelle

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... sums up a lot of the buildings. The outside is dirty and falling apart, but inside everything is covered in gold and detailed beyond belief. Not once did I feel unsafe, the people were so sweet in helping us even though most didn't speak English. We spent the first afternoon wondering through the famous churches and eating well. The next day we had saved for the Hermitage Museum. You really need days for it if your going to look at ...

Russian river cruise

A travel blog entry by billc507

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... facade. Again dull and boring. We had our first borscht (shredded carrots) in a broth. Tasted better soup. Kathryn also had her first vodka shot. It was served as an appetizer. She drank the 2 oz like she does it every day. The food so far is average at best. Our table mates have been very interesting. This afternoon we went to the Hermitage, the winter home of Catherine the Great. What a home! It's a museum now. Quite ...

Petergrad, Leningrad, no wait it's St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome

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... stones are white marble apart from two, these tomb stones belong to Alexander III’s parents. He had them commissioned and it took 17 years to complete the tomb from single pieces of stone, one Jade and the other Rose XXXX. All the Tsars who had power have their tomb stones with additional double headed eagles on them in each corner so easy to identify.

In St Petersburg, they only have about 45 – 50 full days of sun light, all other days ...

Seriously guys, are you gonna stay up all night?

A travel blog entry by mergatroid

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... train arrived into St Petersburg on time at 0640.

From the train we loaded up again with our bags and this time took a ride on the St Petersburg Metro. After we rode for about 4 stops before walking a short distance to our hotel. We got there about 0730 and were lucky enough to be able to check into our rooms. This hotel was not as nice as the Moscow one but comfortable enough. A positive of this hotel though was that it was close to the city ...

Last day in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

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Again, the citation from Wikipedia:

""”The residence originated in 1717, when Catherine I of Russia engaged the German architect Johann-Friedrich Braunstein to construct a summer palace for her pleasure. In 1733, Empress Anna commissioned Mikhail Zemtsov and Andrei Kvasov to expand the Catherine Palace. Empress Elizabeth, however, found her mother's residence outdated and incommodious and in May 1752 asked her court ...

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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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