Amulet Hotel On Morskaya
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... on the treadmill/elliptical or whatever you can't run in a straight line because the boat rocks so much on the upper decks. I’m not complaining or anything, I just haven’t figured out a schedule yet beyond class and food.
Right now everyone is still finding friends and starting to decide if they want to travel over land from Poland to Germany. I’m going with my friend Jess and two of our guy friends; ...
... left as to not be a disturbance.
It has been pretty cold here since we arrived. It has been about 10-15 degrees. what is really deceptive is that the sun sets at about 1am and roses around 4:45 am. There is so much to do, but it is so cold!!!
Hopefully it warms up a it later. Our guide mentioned that it has been abnormally cold lately and that it's normally around 20 this time of year.
-- Ryan L.
... St. Petersburg was waiting for us….
Mete prepared a well organized program for us. Perhaps a bit too organized J anyway we went first to a cafeteria to have a coffee. Notable was that smoking was allowed inside. After defining our walking route we walked to the direction of the main street, Nevsky Prospekt, and did some small sightseeing. After walking a while we came to the Dom Knigi, which actually means the house of books. Actually it was ...
... prices dive below $105 / barrel the Russian government starts to lose money). Kruschev was followed by Brezhnev in an era described as "the stagnation period." One of the coolest things in the museum, besides seeing Lenin's office, was the televised speech they had running of when Yeltsin ceded power to Putin in 2000 before his term expired. Russian Presidents since 1992 have had a tradition of speaking on New Years Eve via televised address that is played on ...
... at the bakery were frustrated with the way we ordered and at one point in the order told us we were done before we had a chance to finish ordering. They weren't as interested in customer service, it would seem. The piroshkis we got were filled with meat and cabbage, respectively, and were pretty good. Not the best cuisine we've had in Russia, but tasty and filling snacks. The girls wanted to spend some time shopping, and Oscar and I were beat ...