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... average) ham, sausage eggs blinis etc all very nice but the coffee in Russia is foul!! The milk is not great either but the tea is passable..perhaps I shall deal with my coffee addiction while here? Onto the bus and we english speaking are a small group of 14 . Our guide is Helen; slim, well dressed 50's with a dry sense of humour. A guide for 30 years she is droll and entertaining and very knowledgeable but thinks the west is out to get Russia and Obama ...
... been a great help with my blog writing and other travel tips. He is a mine of information. Just looking at his map of travels in his blog profile (http://www.travelpod.com/members/londo ne7), it is more a case of where Asif has not been, rather than where he has travelled. Although we had corresponded for quite some time, we had not met Asif in person and it was just a pity that our travels to St Petersburg did not coincide with his trip ...
... for us right then. Super early check in!! Our room is very cool and pretty spacious, plus we have a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows with a view. We were mainly just happy to see a shower though - we felt so greasy and gross! We watched Moscow's parade on TV (pretty much the only way anyone normal there can see it too, since it's private) while we had our outside door open to hear the chanting and cheers from the parade here. Moscow's parade was amazing. It's the 70 ...
... I joined. We got to the entrance just a couple walked out with baffled looks on their faces. Intrigued, we entered. Aside from a few posters on the wall and feline figurines behind a counter, there was nothing but a few tables and chairs. When we asked about the museum, we were told that it was more of a cafe, but we could pay 350 rubles (7 quid) each to see the cats ... and looked to the door at the back of the shop marked вход (entrance). We could get nothing ...
... It was a completely wooden structure and very picturesque. This was our first encounter with vodka - we were very restrained, mainly because it was so strong. We had a beautiful Russian meal, including borscht, and some very enthusiastic entertainment from some musicians and singers.
We were then dropped off in the centre of St Petersburg for a couple of hours to do our own thing. We went back to the Hermitage to look at the huge ...