Vedensky Hotel

Bolshoy prospekt, d. 37, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 197198, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by hoppyandpeter


... was a very fast train.

Very soon an official looking man arrived to check our papers. To enter Russia you must have a special visa as well as your passport. Fortunately, all five of us had all the correct paperwork so we were permitted to continue our journey into Russia. Peter and I asked Nan why Russia has very strict rules about who enters their country. Nan explained that Russia had been in conflict with the western part of the world for many, many years ...

Staying in St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

... the guide gave out radio ear-pieces that would allow us all to hear what she said through her microphone. At least that was the idea, but once we got off the bus the wind took hold, and mostly all we could hear was the wind rushing down her microphone, interspersed with the guide’s voice every now and again, so not an entirely successful exercise.

The longest day

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi


... too - very much the air of the ACFR Christmas picnic although no families. A couple of the senior engineers had their wives along. Naturally, there was some sort of delay; I was told we were "waiting for Daria" but I don't know where she'd been. While we waited, we watched people on the quayside lighting small solid-fuel burners in miniature hot-air balloons and launching them, glowing, into the night sky. Very pretty. At times there were dozens of ...

Exploring St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by jginsburg


... with a wig on."

My elective classes are my favorite of the five courses I’m taking this semester. The politics class is a comparative politics course, which looks at the political culture in the US and Russia, and which is my favorite class. My other elective, a culture class, is good as well. In that class we learn about the history of St. Petersburg, and at the moment we’re learning about architecture. It’s really neat to learn about the history ...

To Peterhof and Yusupov

A travel blog entry by carpefeline


... desk and they didn't understand and told her she could buy veggies next door so we used what we had.

Remembering to put in the flea catchers. Women sometimes carried muffs with a bit of rotten meat in it to catch fleas and then would shake them out every once in a while. We also saw a small ivory case that Dasha called a flea catcher. Also there were incense burners on the Yusupov or Peterhof palace tables because they didn't like the smell of the food so they burned incense. ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Bolshoy prospekt, d. 37, St. Petersburg, is near Listvjanka.
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