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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 ...
By some careful cross checking between our diagram and a board showing the same diagram but with names of station in Russian (Cyrillic) spelling as well as our diagram in English spelling we discovered that:-
· BПАДыК 048;НО is apparently the same as VLADIKINO our objective
· KОМСОМ ...
Today was the last day of my trans Siberian train ride and it was a little sad to know that this was the end. I have enjoyed the journey very much and although sad to know it was the end, I was excited to see Russia. (Siberia is not very representative of the Russia that I am accustomed to). We were due to arrive in Moscow at about 2pm so there was still time to have lunch one last time with Alex and Eric as well as the German speakers. We said our farewells ...
... into a basement. Our instructor, Alexey, meets us at the door and takes into the throwing range (don't know if that is the term, but I'm going with it!). He doesn't speak a great deal of English and we speak even less Russian - this could be interesting! He starts to take us through the safety regulations, but they are in Russian and he quickly realises that it is futile. We go straight into it. He starts us off with a few warm up exercises to get comfortable with having ...
... the TM of Accenture is rather mature, even in Russia. There are two travel policies – one regulating cross border travels and one which regulates domestic travels. Moreover, Accenture has assigned particular policies to certain regional clusters, e.g. IGEM, GSA (Germany, Switzerland, Austria), APAC etc. as these require particular travel needs. The guideline upon all is the global one; however, adapting to local standards is a great ...