Solo Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge

Address: Birzhevoy pereulok 2-4, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 199044, Russian Federation | 5 star hotel
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      From Russia with Love

      A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... and every morning you woke up to (free) freshly made waffles. I could have quite happily spent a couple of days relaxing without leaving the building! But Nik informed me this wasn't part of the great adventure master plan, so we went off to see the Hermitage instead.

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      A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40 on Jun 04, 2013

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      ... Peter and Paul dating from 1703, the founding of St Petersburg. Many serfs lost their lives during the building period of this large fortress. Inside the cathedral are the graves of many Tsars but we wanted to see the final resting place of the last royal family, executed during the revolution of 1917. The remains of the family and their court, were discovered in Siberia and were placed in The Grand Ducal Burial Vault in 1998.

      Saint Petersburg

      A travel blog entry by ludtjes on Aug 26, 2012

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      ... We spent almost a whole day in the Hermitage, the winter palace of the Romanovs. After the Peterhof experience we liked to explore this one on our own pace. Peter the Great started collecting art, mainly the dutch and Flemish painters, and Catharina continued this hobby. As a result the Hermitage houses the biggest collection of dutch and Flemish painters in the world. Something we wanted to see, of course. And there is much more: the interiors of ...

      Nearly the end

      A travel blog entry by dzasta on Jun 14, 2012

      1 comment

      ... young, would step in and translate. The only ones that were a problem were middle aged ladies in some of the shops, they would say "nyet" and walk away. Those *****es you could tell didnt want to be there so I used to give them a hard time trying to get them to serve me. Im on holiday so I have nowhere to go so I can stay here all day. They soon changed their attitude.

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      Lovely weekend in Saint Petersburg

      A travel blog entry by brookeandnick on Aug 26, 2011

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      We arrived in Saint Petersburg after our last Russian train, overnight from Moscow. We traveled 3rd class, called 'platskartny', and it wasn't too bad if you don't mind sleeping in a coffin-sized box. It was actually fine for one night but we wouldn't have wanted to do it for a longer trip.

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