Solo Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge

Birzhevoy pereulok 2-4, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 199044, Russian Federation | 5 star hotel
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    Finally...the Hermitage

    A travel blog entry by rachenry on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... pirogi. These were not the Ukranian perogies we’re familiar with, but rather pie-like pastries filled with any of a wide range of fillings, both savory and sweet. We were each able to select two and most of us chose a savory and then a sweet. I had green onion (delicious) and apple pirogi … Cathy had salmon and blueberry, and the rest of the group all seemed quite happy with their choices and deemed this the best and most authentic (as in, the kind of ...

    All that glitters

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 29, 2013

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    ... The priest and several people were waiting at the entrance to the church with flowers. I guide briefly left us and found out that the Patriarch from Jerusalem who had been to an island in the Gulf of Finland to bless a church, had unexpectedly decided to pay a visit … until he arrived, no one was allowed inside the church.

    We decided to wander around the Fortress, had a very nice chocolate ice-cream and then we saw a queue at ...

    Finally in Russia again

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Aug 15, 2012

    18 photos

    ... to find socks but no luck. There is a stockman's on Nevsky Prospect but we aren't going there. We go back to the grocery and put our sack in a locker which is automatic and luckily had instructions in English. We pick up drinks and fruit and she gets several desserts and I get ice cream which I have to eat it all when we get back. We both get several other things and then check out and it is almost $50. We pick up ...

    Finno-Russian Border

    A travel blog entry by planetlars on Jun 13, 2012

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    ... else. After a pregnant pause in which I struggled to think what else to mention I blurted out 'more clothes and oh yes a sleeping bag and some walking boots'. She waved me to stop and moved on down the train checking others. When the austere passport officer came I waited as she perused my documents, half expecting her to ask me something. But no, no questions at all and my passport was stamped. I was in! And I was ...

    Clothes washing and St. Issac's Cathedral

    A travel blog entry by rojugu on Aug 01, 2011

    Today was clothes washing day. Russia doesn't really believe in coin laundries so they are difficult to find. We took the recommendation of the hotel reception and went to a nearby laundry which also doubled as a bar, so you could have a pint while you did your laundry. It was 10 am, so we didn’t have a pint. The bar was also a bit dirty. It had a very grungy feel and we were ...