Villa Severin

Address: Leningradskaya St., 9A, Kaliningrad, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Villa
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This villa is located on Leningradskaya St., 9A, Kaliningrad.
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      Arriving in St Petersburg

      A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 01, 2014

      4 photos

      Alex and I made our 7.30am flight out of Vilnius thanks to Evaldas, who picked us up from Vytaute's apartment. I also managed to get our suitcases down to under 20 kilos for this Air Baltic leg. The airline was fine, but it would not be my first choice to flly with again. I showed Alex the fraying on my seatbelt! Not a good look for any airline! Thanks to the Tripadviser Forum advice, we navigated our way through St Petersburg airport. One trick we didn't realise was ...

      Petering Out in St. Petersburg!

      A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jul 20, 2014

      2 comments, 44 photos

      St. Petersburg reflects Russia's identity struggle over the past century. By Old World standards, the city is young, created in the early 1700s by the will of Peter the Great and through the blood and toil of conscripted serfs (slaves) on the swampy delta of the Neva River where it empties into the Gulf of Finland. Peter was determined to drag Russians into the modernity of the Western World even if it killed them, and it often did. Tens ...

      On the Water - Mandrogi

      A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on Sep 06, 2013

      6 photos

      ... do no wrong. The fact that serfdom was a way of life until the early 19th century meant that labour was no problem, and of course, prisoners have long been used to build, with little regard as to whether they survived the day or not. We will sail in about an hour and tomorrow spend time in another smallish hamlet, Kizhi. So it's a quiet evening but there is a musical performance by 2 of the crew, if we're alert enough to ...

      On the boat,, River Victoria

      A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on Sep 02, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... from one office to another on a daily basis.. So many of the buildings are massive, from apartments to offices to cathedrals and palaces. There are lots of green spaces, nicely adorned with flowers and trees, and again, everything looks clean and pretty neat. We wouldn't want to be driving here - it's not quite as bad as South America, but lanes are mere suggestions. The roads themselves are in good condition, though. Lots ...

      Great Russians

      A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Jun 03, 2013

      3 comments, 33 photos

      ... fans of G&S (closet or otherwise), you may recognise the name and think that it was the original or copy of Iolanthe. No, nothing to do with each other and both have very different story lines. Like most things writer by Piotr Illyich (Tchaikovsky), the music was beautiful and some of the performers were amazing. The performance was in the Conservatoire theatre (it was a Matinee performance at 7:30 at night). I must admit some ...