Anichkov Hotel

Address: Nevskiy Ave., 64/11, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191023, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Blockade of Leningrad Museum, Engineer's Castle (Mikhailovsky Castle), First Engineer Bridge, and Applied Art Museum.
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      First day in Russia

      A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 23, 2014

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      Palaces of the Romanovs, Faberge Eggs and Sable!

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      ... be one giant room like you see in most cathedrals. Instead, it was a series of smaller byzantine style chapels connected by a maze of stone passages that made me feel like I was in a medieval dungeon. In one chapel, a quartet of Russian men performed a renaissance piece for us, a cappella. It began with what sounded like Mongolian throat singing and then erupted into some of the most beautiful sounds I have ever heard in my life. I’ve never heard more perfect acoustics, nor have ...

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      A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 04, 2014

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      In the Footsteps of Giants

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      I made my way back to the hostel to rest for short while before heading on the Metro to Livgovsky Prospekt to head to a ...

      Back in the US...Back in the USSR

      A travel blog entry by carmaran-a-gogo on Jul 09, 2013

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      ... sunshine and warmth.

      Some people miss the old Soviet days
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      The natives speak freely about not
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