Address: Rubinshteyna St., 18/5, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191002, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Центральный район area of St. Petersburg, is near Listvjanka.
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      Peterhof Palace & Gardens

      A travel blog entry by hulleys on Sep 26, 2014

      17 photos

      ... where there are fountains everywhere, including some trick fountains designed to soak the unwary visitor.

      We were lucky enough to have a beautiful day for our visit and we could have cheerfully spent the rest of the day walking around the glorious gardens but sadly, our coach had to return the the ship at lunch-time.

      In the afternoon we sat on the sun-deck reading our books before returning to our cabin to pack for our return to London the next day.

      Palaces of the Romanovs, Faberge Eggs and Sable!

      A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 29, 2014

      ... thought of my great-grandmother, a wealthy independent woman sailing into the port in St Petersburg on Sea Cloud, the world’s largest private yacht that she herself owned, with 20,000 pints of ice cream no less. It must have been a pretty inspiring sight. I went out of my way to find Spaso house, the official residence of every American Ambassador since the early 1930s, where she and her husband lived from 1936-1938. I should have thought to try arranging a tour ahead of time but ...

      Last day in Russia

      A travel blog entry by guytang on Mar 06, 2014

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      ... back to Felixstowe, that's gone totally out of the window!). Fortunately I still had my food pack from the train, so that was breakfast whilst I was doing my planning. When everything was done, I went out for the 2 things left that I wanted to see, the Peter and Paul fortress and the St. Isaac's cathedral. The Peter and Paul's fortress was a bit of a let down, I wasn't expecting much but it was pretty crapy, I wouldn't waste ...

      Of fortresses and Frustrations

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 03, 2013

      18 photos

      ... the blockade museums about the siege that I knew was nearby. So I crossed back over the Neva on the Troika (trinity) bridge and navigated to the museum...which was also closed! I was not having much luck. I then I thought I'd go visit the Alexander Nevskii Monastery to see the graves of some of Russia's literary and musical greats. I walked along the Fontanka River to Nevskii Prospekt, where I looked at my watch. 4:30pm. **** what time did the cemetery close? ...

      Off the ship and into St Petersburg

      A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40 on Jun 02, 2013

      4 comments, 16 photos

      ... good day and it was. 12th century icons right through to modern art, Russian folkart, Soviet era porcelain (Jeff really enjoyed this), a Russian portrait gallery plus lots more. This place does not rate highly in our books but it was really worth the trip.
      Picnic lunch in the Mihajlovskij Gardens was a welcome rest before we headed off across the city centre to find The Idiot Cafe. On the way we visited The Cathedral of the ...