Randhouse Bed & Breakfast Sennaya

Address: Grivtsova Lane, 11/83, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Summer Garden (Letny Sad) and Summer Palace of Peter I, Nicholas I Monument, Icebreaker Krasin, and Sennaya Ploshchad.
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      Welcome to Russua

      A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Oct 09, 2014

      Welcome to Russia. 1am we will stop the train and then wake you to let you know they are coming to do a passport check. 15 min later an official looking person will look at your passport and visa. All clear so back to bed and the train starts up again. Just as you are getting back to sleep the train stops. The guards let you know they are coming back. They now come and take our passport. Ok. But I am not going to be tricked into climbing into bed yet. Sure enough 20min later they ...

      Second Day in St. Petersburg

      A travel blog entry by wendler on Aug 03, 2014

      18 photos

      ... 300 years ago and amazingly used gravity to feed all the fountains and make them run. AMAZING!!!! they used to have 6-7 year old boys manage the pipes etc and if their was a problem they would make them go into the pipes!!! Had a fun exclusive visit to the "grotto" which is the area under the main fountains. this is not only where the inner workings were but also where Catherine the Great had her secret passages for lovers to enter the palace! Peter the Great was ...

      Gold - Everywhere The Glint Of Gold!

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 04, 2013

      ... off the bus. Bit of an adventure but I got to see some of the city I otherwise wouldn't have.

      The Palace itself though is mind blowing. Gold everywhere! I don't think I've ever seen so much in any one place. Everyone has to wear plastic booties on their feet to preserve the floors. Originally built for Catherine I in 1717, Tsarina Elizabeth rebuilt it in the Roccoco style. It was then bequeathed by Catherine ...

      Russia Day 2

      A travel blog entry by andygailtravel on Jun 19, 2013

      83 photos

      ... day with a background of music. Springwater is stored in an aquifer under the palace until enough pressure is built up for the fountains to work - 11am each day. The gates to the fountains is then opened and water feeds through with 1 then the others following. The fountains go through to early evening then are shut off again for the water to build up again. No pumps are used for the fountains. After Peterhof we had lunch ...

      A mixed day

      A travel blog entry by hughieanddoris on Jun 07, 2013

      11 photos

      ... a plate of food that's going to keep him there for a while. If in doubt I take it with me.

      Anyway to cut a long story short, the hotel have gone to great lengths to apologise, treating the couple to a box at the ballet tomorrow night with a car laid on to take them, and a bottle of champagne tonight in the new room they wanted.
      Embarrassing for the hotel, I suppose, when they appear not to have suitable security.
      Inside our bedroom door ...