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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... street. Many people were handing out flyers so I asked them what the flyer is all about but they couldn't say a word. Only saying "I don't speak English" was too much to ask. I'm surprised by this fact. I wouldn't have thought that it would be that extreme especially among young people.
Doing research about the Crimean crisis for our report I learnt that many shelves in the Russian supermarkets are ...
... challenge was navigating the Metro system. This was made easier with the map of the metro that we cunningly tore out of the airport train's magazine and by a nice man who offered to help us (we obviously looked lost).
The Metro is very easy to understand and navigate, despite this, we managed to get off at the wrong stop (the stop before the one we needed) and ended up walking for about 45mins to the hotel that was supposed to be 5 mins from the Metro.
At the risk ...
... as he served a two year drug suspension. He has always maintained it was because he used a penis enlarger so I am divided on this one, because you would not think you would make that up. Kirani was humble in defeat making no excuses. In the 800m it was predictable that Duane Soloman of the USA would lead at a fast rate, but unfortunately it is also his undoing. Nick Symmonds who usually hangs back was right ...
... and stay up until the morning. Because it is so far north though, it is not even really dark at 1:00 AM this time of year, which is also sort of surreal.
The last day in St. Petersburg was Friday, and we took a boat ride to Peterhof, which was the summer palace for the Tsars. It is enormous, with amazingly beautiful fountains and landscaping. I've been to several castles, and though the Nazi's burned most of the interior of the buildings, so they are not ...
... of joy, filled with Muscovites enjoying the weather. The fields in the park are now filled with pillows and lawn chairs, from which to enjoy the sun, and the park has a space shuttle.
Yes, when I was walking across the bridge to the park I saw this view of the park, which filled me with excitement and confusion, but mostly confusion: "why is there a space shuttle in Gorki Park?" was the obvious question. Turns out, it ...