Radisson Sonya Hotel

Address: Liteiny Ave., 5/19, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191187, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Blockade of Leningrad Museum, Admiralty (Admiralteystvo), Transfiguration Cathedral, and Applied Art Museum.
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    A travel blog entry by normando on Jun 14, 2015

    44 photos

    ... br>
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    ... take... I got off the bus and walked down the steps to the train station. Literally, within seconds, I was confronted by four armed police officers, who demanded to see my documents, repeatedly shouting Russian words at me. I did what I do best, and panicked. I completely froze. What should I do? This is where it gets weird...
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    ... br> When Catherine the Great came to the throne in 1762, the new palace was nearly complete and, although Catherine removed Rastrelli from the project, his designs for the exterior of the building have remained almost completely unaltered to this day. The building forms a square with an interior courtyard accessed via three archways facing Palace Square. The richly decorated facades feature two levels of richly decorated ionic columns, and the parapets of the building ...

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    ... them up for a great tour. Our drive into St Petersburg was interesting. Many old beautiful buildings mixed with the bland, and boring construction of the Soviet era. Our first stop was a little pink church that looked like a cake. Then we were headed off to Catherine Palace. Just walking to the gates you could see this place was going to be magnificent. We then looked up, and our jaws hit the pavement. Gorgeous gold ...