5 Evenings Guesthouse
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... during the war. Too many dam tourists there though!
We arrived back in St Petersburg to head off to the ballet to watch Swan Lake. The two parts I liked most was the intermission where we drank champagne and the final curtain. The only way I got through the 2hr 15 min performance was smirking as I thought of Disneyland's Fantasia. Anyway, I now consider myself cultured.
... we entered the Baltic Sea, they’re so funny.
The first few days they threw a lot of information and inspiration at us which for me was a little much at 3:00AM NY time. All of the alumni and faculty keep saying that this will change our lives and make us new people and we’ll know who we are and meh shmee blah blah. It’s a little intimidating. I thought it was just me but I talked to a friend and she said that it ...
... surprisingly well rested, at 9:30 am and swam in the pool, which was at least 90 degrees. It was like a bathtub in there! I didn’t even know the pool was capable of being heated by anything other than solar energy. It never got above 75 degrees on my Fall semester of 2011 voyage. I thoroughly enjoyed it and swam with a little girl named Atticus, who lives in Manhattan and goes to Spence. I met her mom, Laura, as well, who started TedEx, a branch of “Ted Talks,” which ...
... and even though Raskolnikov (the protagonist) is fictional, his city isn't. Raskolnikov passed under Dostoyevsky's own window on his way to commit the murder of the old woman. I then followed in Raskolnikov's footsteps to the house of the old woman. I have a special place in my heart for Crime and Punishment due to my circumstances while I was reading it, so this was very cool for me. As I walked along the narrow streets and along Griboedova Canal, I kept thinking of what was going ...
... given nights are very short here. Ivan decided to explore dark alley's, and luckily didn't get jumped. It was about 5 am when we finally crawled into our beds. Sunday was, as expected, a late start. We went back to the Hermitage to cover what we missed the day before. Next we went to see "the bronze Horseman", a statue of Peter the Great. For such a prominent statue you would think that there would be lots of replica little statues. Vlad ...