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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
... We got to see all of the beautiful rooms of the palaces as well as the major collections of Rembrandt, Renoire, Matisse, Monet, Picasso, Gaugin, Raphael etc. The palace rooms were spectacular all done in the Russian baroque style. After about 2 hours at the Hermitage, we went to see the log cabin of Peter the Great. When Peter came to St Petersburg, there was nothing here. It was here that he defeated the Swedish army. His soldiers ...
... Vodka Train Group consists of 15 people from a mix of nationalities including Spanish, Swiss, Austrian, Kiwi, Aussie and a majority of British, all aged 23 to 33. Varied objectives too with some people taking a few weeks or months off to travel before going back to their day to day job, while others quitting to travel the world with no finite deadline. It's going to be fun and a great way to start the trip with like minded ...
... though I'm sure. My interactions with little boy I live with mainly consist of him saying "watch me! watch me!" as he plays with his toys or climbs on this little jungle gym they have rigged up in the hallway. The daughter and I don't really talk much but I think over time we'll open up to each other as well.
Also on a random note, there is a ridiculously high number of sushi restaurants here.
That's all for now.
... with about 5-10 minutes to spare.
The people I was sharing a cabin with, didn't speak a word of English, but still managed to confirm I was in the right cabin. I don't think the woman in there was too happy, I think we were invading her space according to her. My ticket said I had a seat, I don't know if I was in the wrong cabin or not but I had a small bunk bed, which was really handy. 30 minutes of listening to music and playing Pokemon, and ...
... often very run down. When we got back to the apartment we made pasta for dinner, drank vodka and tried (unsuccessfully) to revise for our exam this morning.
Today we got up around 8 and got ready to go to college! Roza took us by metro to show us the way to the school, we went in for a welcome talk and then had an exam which the school will use to place us into groups (there are 6) tomorrow.
I'll write more soon