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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... ours today was the quickest she had ever had. !! They Drive into St Petersburg took about another 2 hours, we didn't stop for any breaks because there wasn't any place to stop. The hotel in Tallin ad packed us all a lunch bag..which was interesting to say the least. But it filled a hole. The hotel here in St Petes is really quite good and we were lucky enough to find it had wifi which We had been told they didn't have... Once we settled in a few of us took a wander around the ...
... though smaller. It is very deceptive because behind the colonnade is a very large cruciform church, going full tit, more people crossing themselves than you can count. It is lofty, incense and song filled, the real deal. A long line of parishioners were approaching the communion screen where the priest gave communion from behind the screen, only a little opening for him to put his hand through. All the pious ladies had head coverings, pretty cool. Churched out, ...
... we can't get our visas?" I asked Nadya. "Don't even think about it" she replied.
True to her word, Nadya diligently escorted us back on the Metro to our hotel, describing in every bit of detail our route back to the Armenian Consulate the next day. We could not fault our Nadya. She was exceptional in every way. We had been given a wonderful orientation tour and we were extremely grateful to her and to St Pete's Private Tours not only for their ...
... The word "zafta" (tomorrow) comes in handy as does utro (morning) and noch (night). If all of this fails, then you either tuck tail and run, or play the odds and just see what she gives you. Could be the night train, could be the morning, could be the non-reserved seat which has you packed on a bench with as many people as choose to show up. I’ve heard some horror stories about this class. One involved a friend I made ...
We searched for an hour near our hotel and finally found the laundromat and were relieved to let the Babushka do our laundry for us. Yay, clean laundry! We then tried to get our train ticket to Tallinn, Estonia. The week before we'd successfully managed to purchase our tickets to Moscow, with a little bit of written Russian from our hostel helpers. This time we had some written instructions from our guide, Olga, but the train Gods weren't ...