Anichkov Hotel

Nevskiy prospekt, d. 64/11, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191023, Russian Federation | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

    Full on tourist

    A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 17, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... is really a vast theme park now with any local and foreign visitors. I didn't pay to go into the various museums just into the church itself to see where the tsars from the time of Peter the Great were buried. It is here where the exhumed bodies of the Nicholas II and Alexandra and their daughters are buried. (There is still forensic work being done to establish the identity of the remains of Alexiy their son before the church will allow internment.) the ...

    Russia at last

    A travel blog entry by tricruiser on May 27, 2014

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... not so pleasant, but it is a site to behold. Back on the bus for 30 minutes or more. We pass car parks. There are many fenced open air parks, but lots are rusty metal corrugated aluminum building like we had as storage sheds in the seventies. They are side by side in rows practically (or actually) touching each other. They are not near the apartments and there are tons of them. I think they must take the metro to get to their cars. Parking is interesting here too. You ...

    Saint Peterburg, RUSSIA

    A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Aug 24, 2013

    24 photos

    ... station and pointing to trains) we were on the right train. Once seated we started to worry about how we would know which stop to get off at, there wasn't a map on the trains like all the others and there wasn't any signage that wasn't written in the Russian letters. We were super screwed. Our internet on our phones didn't work and we were seriously starting to panic about how we would know what we were doing. Getting lost in Russia was not on our holiday plan.

    Day 8 of Cruise

    A travel blog entry by peterdot on Aug 05, 2013

    ... Monday there were only tour groups, with Irina letting us know that we were very fortunate as it would be no where near as crowded as on a regular day. However, the disadvantage was that we had to keep with her and could not wander off to view those things that might interest us. Shortly after starting the circuit one of the museums security staff, "Security General" Irina called her, a short overweight middle aged woman came up to our group shouting in Russian and grabbing ...

    Jet Lag

    A travel blog entry by kburavlov on Apr 19, 2013

    ... everything Misha was sharing, but it was hard to keep up. The girls liked learning that there were 20 big bridges in the city and over 200 small bridges. He also told them that the widest bridge in the world is in St. Petersburg and it is called the "Blue Bridge." I think it is probably named that because of the color it is painted.