Rinaldi Harmony

136, Nevsky prospect, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191036, Russia
Rinaldi Harmony
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hotels and hostels

by icelandic28

can anyone also tell me useful information about budget hotels are hostels?what is the cheapeast way to stay ?how much should i espect to pay for it?
all informain you got for me i would be wery glad to get
thank you bjarki mar

Re: hotels and hostels

by PiceaOmorika

Hi!
The cheapest way is to find anyone who can give you a room in an ordinary flat for 10 euro. It is normal there. Say you are a student or something alike. Forget about hotels-it would cost you a fortune.
Or you can search this site and ask the same thing if you want to stay longer than 2 days. www.couchsurfing.com

Good luck!
Jelena

Re: hotels and hostels

by PiceaOmorika

And yeah...hostels are also good, but i am not sure you`ll find something under 20 euro.
Try to contact someone about accommodation, it really works. Lots of families are ready to accommodate one or two persons.

Re: hotels and hostels

by Natalya2006

Hello! You can ask about the accommodation Sonja - VTer "yumyum". She lived here some months and knows.
I'm local but I don't know about cheap places to stay - the hotels are expensive.

Travel Tips for Saint Petersburg

Buy everything with US Dollars...

by pupster

Buy everything with US Dollars or you'll end up being a Ruble Millionaire. The locals are very keen on hard currency and the will turn their noses up at the local notes - some of which are worth less than a cigarette paper. I'm not sure why, but the person I was in St Petersburg with, wanted to change sterling into Rubles to buy lots of pirated CD's and I still have the two exchange notes for 640,000 Rubles Watching the seven lanes of traffic composed almost entirely of Lada's.

Crossing the island, you'll...

by Vitalia

Crossing the island, you'll see some funny scenes... Like this nice van rotting under a sign saying NO PARKING! in bright white letters. Yes, I do see why... You will also see typical narrow passages with walls falling apart and hordes of cats dwelling in the rubbish.

Be kind if friendly russians...

by kylamees

Be kind if friendly russians offering You something not as for sale but as for friendship. If You are not drinking with them, they will be unfriendly. If You don't take their gifts, they are unfriendly, too.

cote de neva - sunbathing

by sinoda

t was last year, eve of 1st May, when we strolled aorund Peter&Paul fortress and decided to take the boat trip they offer from the pier.

The sun had come forth only that very morning after having been away for days! So I guess it is only natural that people seek to grasp as much sunlight as possible, but these fellows were hardcore. Standing in their panties, leaning against these thick walls and fully enjoying them beams...

Cool folks!

Piskarevskoe Memorial Cemetery

by mayafly

Originally the village of Piskarevskoe to the northeast of Leningrad, this place was the site of mass burials during the blockade of the city during World War II. In 1961, the place was turned into a memorial cemetery. There is a statue of Mother Russia with a wall behind her bearing an inscription dedicated to those who died defending Leningrad, an eternal flame, a small but powerful museum exhibit in the gatehouses (including copies of Hitler's original order to wipe Leningrad off the face of the earth and Tanya Savicheva(whose entire family died during the blockade)'s moving diary), and of course the gravesites. Very sad, but tranquil. A must-see for anyone who is interested in the blockade. Difficult to get to - take the metro to Ploshchad Lenina and then a bus (unfortunately don't remember the number) from the left side of the square (as you see it from the exit of the metro) to Piskarevskoe Kladbishche (You will see the huge gates on your right).

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