Rijskaya Hotel

Address: Rizhskiy Ave., 25, Pskov, North-West Russia, 180016, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pskov


A travel blog entry by sbrandes on Jul 14, 1994

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We started off the day with a trip to Izboursk ruins which were very nice. We then went to a natural spring near the ruins. Very good and COLD water. After lunch we went to Pechory Monastery (very beautiful) and went into its' catacombs. The catacombs were very cold and dark with Sandy floors and a sandstone ceiling. We used small, yellow, really …


A travel blog entry by sbrandes on Jul 13, 1994

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Arrived in Pskov ("**** Off") at 2:30 am. I got a room to myself. It was very hot. Didn't go to bed until about 4am (I was hyper). Woke up around 10am and went on a city tour. We saw the Pskov Kremlin (built in the 14th century) and walked through it. Pskov is one of the oldest Russian cities, that was founded over 1,000 years ago on the shores of …

Day 1 to St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by jocies_travels on Sep 10, 2015

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... overlooking St Isaac's Cathedral opposite across the square. Our lecturer took us all out at 5.30 for about an hour's local orientation walk nearby and then back for a welcome drink before dins. They are a nice crowd and everyone seems to be getting on well. Busy day tomorrow so must get some sleep. Merryl, we have Alexey, and Ludmilla as the local guide. Loce to all ...

St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by vickirutherford on Sep 12, 2013

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... we felt the need for something other than "authentic local food". So, a few minutes walk, we struck luck with a lovely Italian café / restaurant that, unbelievably, ticked all our boxes - non-smoking area, English menu, nice wine (!), good service, food that was still hot when it came to the table, and all of us being served at the same time - heaven! Spaghetti carbonara has never tasted so good.

Day 2 had one objective - the Hermitage Museum. How anyone ...

Of Archery, Swordfighting and...Didgeridoos???

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 07, 2013

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... their length. The gatehouse was set at an angle to the walls so any invaders could be exposed to fire from 3 directions. They have reconstructed part of the wooden covered walkway that stood atop the walls and for 40 roubles (just over a dollar) you can climb a tower and stroll the walls. Once up there, I could only imagine being on guard during winter here, wrapped in thick furs and snow all around. You'd be glad of the covered walkways then! The view of the countryside was ...