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How to Visit St. Petersburg without a Group Tour

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Travel Post by My Itchy Travel Feet on the 27-09-16


Expat Living: Jasilyn Albert in Ufa Russia

Expat Living: Jasilyn Albert in Ufa Russia If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to live in Russia, now’s your chance. Next up in our ongoing expat living series is Jasilyn Albert, an American... Read More

Travel Post by Cheryl Howard on the 29-05-16


A beginner’s guide to Russia

Matryoshkas, Vodka, Communism. If these are your first associations with Russia, think again. The world’s largest country in terms of land area has far more to offer than that. So don’t... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 20-08-15


Wrangel Island Cruise Week in Review

The post Wrangel Island Cruise Week in Review appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences. ... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 18-08-15


St. Petersburg Opulence in Photos

Anyone's list of St. Petersburg highlights has the Hermitage and Peterhoff at the top. Have a look at their beauty in this photo tour of opulence. The post St. Petersburg Opulence... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 01-04-15


Expat Living: Polly Barks in Moscow, Russia.

The latest addition to my Expat Living interview series is freelance writer and blogger Polly Barks. Originally from the United States, Polly’s lived in Moscow for the past five years. She takes us where this... Read More

Travel Post by Cheryl Howard on the 07-02-15


Fun Summer Classes in Estonia, and the Trans-Siberian Railway!

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Travel Post by Teaching Traveling on the 19-11-14


The Travel Bug Has Hit: Trans-Siberian Express Anyone?

It hit about two days ago. I was sat in front of the television watching a show about people who couldn’t understand why they were putting on weight and then... Read More

Travel Post by Way Out Far on the 24-04-14


Guide to Breckenridge, Colorado – What Should I Do When I Visit?

Breckenridge, Colorado is known for it’s quaint historic downtown and it’s epic 2,358 acres of skiing. Tucked away in the Rocky Mountains, it’s a small town that offers a lot. My... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 10-11-13


Pictures from St. Petersburg, Penang, and Hong Kong (Well, No, Macau)

*i said Hong Kong because that was the main destination, but the picture below is from Macau. i finally dumped all the photos on my card to Flickr. really, i’m thinking i... Read More

Travel Post by Wanderlusty on the 12-10-13


In Which I Give It the Ol’ College Try in an Attempt to Stick It to the Man

unless you’ve been living under a rock or otherwise blissfully ignorant (these days i am not sure i could blame you) you’ve probably heard that Russia is anti-gay. i planned this... Read More

Travel Post by Wanderlusty on the 21-09-13


Instawalk — The Opulence of the Hermitage

ah, the crown jewel of St. Petersburg, in more ways than one. inside the Winter Palace (the main Hermitage building) is room after stunning room on the first (i.e., second) floor... Read More

Travel Post by Wanderlusty on the 21-09-13


Instawalk — St. Issac’s Cathedral

no, i cannot get enough of Eastern Orthodox sacred spaces, ever since i visited Uspenski Cathedral in Helsinki over six years ago. while no longer a regular house of worship (currently... Read More

Travel Post by Wanderlusty on the 20-09-13


The Moscow Metro

The Moscow Metro from Sasha Aleksandrov --------- Join Travel Blog Success today and learn how to build a better travel blog. Premium Membership includes 27 tutorials, 15 expert audio interviews, monthly... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 20-09-13


Instawalk — Avtovo Station

soviet-era subway stations are known for leaning towards ornate, but i had heard that the Avtovo (Автово) station was the most magnificent around. it didn’t disappoint. (yes, that’s real... Read More

Travel Post by Wanderlusty on the 17-09-13


Instawalk — Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood

for some reason, my Eyewitness guidebook focused on the ornate exterior and didn’t mention the interior of this cathedral, so i was skeptical of having to pay to go inside. but... Read More

Travel Post by Wanderlusty on the 16-09-13


Local SIM: St. Petersburg, Russia Edition

updated to include information about MegaFon and throttling on MTC. see end of each section below. let me start off by giving a warning based on my experience: DO NOT USE the... Read More

Travel Post by Wanderlusty on the 15-09-13


Russia Kazakhstan [Infographic]

When the Soviet Union broke up in 1991 many smaller republics were set up, most of the leaders were in fact ex-Soviet Union officials who managed to strangle onto power as... Read More

Travel Post by Travel Infographics on the 05-01-13