Sokol Guesthouse and Hostel
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... hours late.
It was a very modern train.....The Sapsan.
4hrs and I was in St Petersburg.
The hostel is great, right at the side of one of the cities main canals.
I think I'm going to like it here.
Tomorrow, I'm off to the world famous Hermitage museum.
And the weather is warm enough for t-shirts !!!!!!
The hostel said it's very unusual to be so warm. Think I'm in ...
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... are a feature of most villages – such opulence, compared to their little wooden houses! We stop at the larger stations along the way for about 20 minutes at a time. It is nice to get off and have fresh air, and Andy usually dashes off to see if there is anything worthwhile to buy to eat and to see if he can get wifi!!! (He has been mostly unsuccessful - although he did find a delicious salami and fresh bread….!) We ...
... 163;30 for a soup, a hot chocolate and two beef rolls but in fairness to the cafe the hot chocolate was the best Gill thinks she has ever had and everything else was very good so no complaints. It is a huge market, built 120 years ago as the main market in Moscow. In the communist era it was a state shop which only foreigners and party high ups could go to, now it is a shrine to capitalism and, as the picture shows, brides go there on their wedding day to pay homage ...
... that hadn’t even paid the equivalent of an economy fair between them, I wouldn’t be too happy. Nevertheless we both sat back and enjoyed the next 3 ½ hours in our own private cabin.
We had only been in Moscow for a few days. We have walked so far and seen so much that it feels like we have been here much longer.
They say Moscow is one of the most expensive cities in the world. Not too sure how they work that out. Perhaps the survey ...