Sonata Hotel at Gorohovaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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... me when her reader tapped my card but she was showing me 8R. I don't know if she was asking me to pay more or that was the balance left.
That didn't make sense as I topped up my card before I left and had a balance of 150R. After an hour of standing when I got back to the metro I tapped my card and it said my balance was 8R. That means the bus had charged me ...
... from L.A. We’re almost exact opposites but it works out well and we get along pretty well.
I’m trying to figure out the best way to not get fat. The food isn’t great but the bread and pasta are edible (so carbs 4 dayz) and is only available at certain times of day so it makes the American snacks you can buy at the bar stations unbelievably appealing. The snacks are cheap but mostly candy and junk that I wouldn’t ...
... are, in short, are as serious as you might imagine with regulation and process.
Despite the 2 hour time change from Amsterdam to St. Petersburg, we dutifully lined up early to get through immigration in order to meet our private van tour guide at 8:15 am. When it was our turn, we had been advised that they only want one adult and one child to approach the window at once. It felt a little like the "Soup Nazi" episode on Seinfeld. Sam ...
... the minibus and the driver Andrey, were there and we were on our way!
Julia was impressed with our group from the start – she wondered how we managed to get off the ship so quickly. She said some groups took as much as an hour and 40 minutes to get everyone off. She also thanked us for bringing the good “capitalist” weather – it was sunny and predicted to be in the low 70's. This was really the first summer they had. ...
We arrived back in Helsinki at 8 and got on the bus to make the 9 hour trip back to Oulu.
The trip to Russia was definitely an experience. With not many people being able to speak English and there being little to no English in stores it made us all realise how lucky we have it in Finland. The history of St Petersburg and the attractions were stunning and I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to go to Russia.