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What a wonderful end to our visit to St Petersburg. I am currently sitting on the sundeck of the Scenic Tsar as we sail down the Neva River. We set sail at 7.00 pm tonight for our next destination. Before I describe what we did today it is probably a good time to describe the White Nights we are experiencing this far north. It is currently 9.00 pm and it is still broad daylight. It will not start to get dark until sometime after ...
... sitting in the driver seat to let you onto the bus (payment must be made) and you go on to use the toilets that have been
installed on the bus. There is a large rubber pipeline that drains the waste
from the buses into the nearest manhole into the sewer.
As we explored the other areas of the prison, we noticed a lot of ramps that lead to walking paths along the top of the wall (payment required). ...
... at unemployment statistics in St Petersburg and Moscow of around 0%. Companies basically court future employees here since high school, something remarkably different than applying to internships in the US where there are thousands of applicants for one or two spots.
Friday afternoon we had Babson alum and director of marketing for St Petersburg's soccer team Zenit speak with us. Zenit is huge not only in St Petersburg but worldwide, currently sitting in 1st place ...
... see a cashier. James nips ahead again (oh no) to work out if we are definitely getting it right or better still explain our previous error and hope for a jump to the front. An official says that cashiers take card or there is a card machine in the hall (wink) and lets James in to the museum where he is able to join the front of the queue. James is now only 10 people away from the front. Unfortunately the cashier decides to take a break from the booth ...
... is a right character. The rest of the group seem cool too, most people are doing a similar sort of world/year long trip as me & more than half have also just left or quit jobs too. Vlad took us out for a drink, an intro talk & to book tickets for the russian ballet tomorrow night. Then to a nice restaurant for tea & left us (all 15) to get to know each other. We are; Me, Mario (Swiss), Sebastian (Aussie), Georgia (Kiwi), Regina (Austrian), ...