Hotel Sputnik

Address: Toreza Ave., 36, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 194021, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

    The Hermitage palace museum

    A travel blog entry by on Aug 09, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... 65292; 只看到蜻蜓 ;下的羅馬ਥ 6;字慢慢走Ò 40;十一,孔& 592;紋風不動 5292;那今天就&# 19981;是報時的& #37027;兩天之一 嘍。不過旁 ;邊就有放ঋ 3;片,看影Ĥ ...

    Rumyantsev Mansion & St Isaac's Cathedral

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 19, 2015

    29 photos

    ... and a wooden upper staircase to the top floor. It was deserted in comparison to the Hermitage not being that prominent of the tourist site.

    Then I walked back towards St Isaacs Cathedral which is the most prominent gold dome in the city also visible from my hotel ...

    St Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on Apr 06, 2015

    97 photos

    ... in each room we had a clear view for photos, so lost no time waiting for the perfect shot, it was fab. The others slowly caught us up, but remained behind us. We felt very fortunate to get the palace to ourselves and even our guide admitted she had never had such a good view of the rooms. I dread to think what our photos would have been like if we were behind crowds, a lot of back of heads I imagine and very little bling!

    It is really difficult to describe this most ...

    First Day in St. Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by rachenry on Jul 30, 2014

    19 photos

    ... the summer palace of Catherine the Great. More gold, more statues, more intricate parquet floors…and a tea party. The opulence of this place and Peterhof, the size and cost of building and maintaining these palaces, and extravagance of the lives of these royals and rich people, make it pretty easy to see why the Russian revolution occurred. Surely it was at least partly a matter of the less fortunate people of Russia finally shouting ‘enough is ...

    Splendiferous St Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 06, 2014

    2 comments, 61 photos

    ... we saw at first hand an example of the Russian style of driving- our bus was proceeding along the road and another bus wanted to merge – but neither one wanted to give an inch – our guy kept on going – and so did the other bus – end result our bus lost one of its big wing mirrors! Lucky it wasn’t the front wing of the bus. So then followed a bit of a standoff between our driver and the other driver – and some other guy ...