Old Vienna

Address: Malaya Morskaya St., 13, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the ?78 area of St. Petersburg, is near Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood, St. Isaac's Cathedral, and Bronze Horseman (Monument to Peter the Great).
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    Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

    Visiting the Hermitage

    A travel blog entry by durieux on Aug 09, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... old Ukrainian girl, who whispers in my ear that she completely disagrees with the man.
    In short, I learn a lot again, and before I know it, the gate opens, the line starts moving and we walk hundreds of meters into the palace complex...without Sisi,who was taking pictures on the square.

    We split into two lines, groups go ahead of individuals, and I get worried. No Sisi.
    Around me,Russians and Ukrainians ...

    3rd Stop- St. Petersburg, Russia

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 12, 2014

    32 photos

    ... but he died before it could be completed. Each wall in the study is covered in panels made completely out of Amber and the rest of the room is decorated in ornate carvings gilded in 24 karat gold and painted to match the rich hue of the amber panels. You were absolutely not allowed to take pictures in this room so you’ll have to take our word for it as to how beautiful it is…or employ some 21st century research and just google ...

    Saint Petersburg, the jewel of Russia?

    A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on May 30, 2014

    21 photos

    ... the host I gave up and walked the streets of Saint Petersburg for about two hours. I walked most of Nevsky, the main boulevard. I then circled back via palace square and the church of the savior on the spilled blood. I also swung by the local liquor store and bought some local brew. The cashier offered to open if for me, but I declined as I've been conditioned not drink on the streets.


    Started the day with some blinys, ...

    Lenin, Hockey games, and Price Waterhouse Coopers

    A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock on Oct 15, 2013

    16 photos

    ... World War II, having over a million local soldiers die, and 800,000 die from starvation. After the tour of the museum, we took a bus to where the front lines used to be....eerily close to the city. After the front lines we visited Piskarevskoye Cemetary, the largest mass grave in the world and the final resting place of over 500,000 people. The cemetary moved me to tears, and I am not sure I have ever been in a place that causes more inward reflection on human ...

    Tour of the city and some history

    A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on Sep 03, 2013

    4 photos

    ... who was under 30 was so despondent that she poured the lamp oil over herself and ignited it. After that the lamps were removed and electric lights provided. The last time the prison was used was 1917. Some went mad quite quickly, but others found ways to survive if they were spared the death penalty. . I don't want to end on that note, but we did come home to the ship after that tour, so to digress a bit, I will say that the staff on the ship are really lovely. ...