Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
Our time in St Petersburg had ran out. It was time for us to pack up and move on to our next stop Moscow, but not before we wiled away an entire day because in my infinite wisdom, I had booked us on a night train to Moscow yet we had to check out of the hotel at noon. The hotel was kind enough to let us leave our bags, so Ho-Ki and I headed out for …
... the money is yours, ignore them.
... also happily drive through red lights and park wherever you can fit your car. Apparently the Russian government tried to bring in paid parking but the people rejected it and simply continued to park where they liked.
They don't really expect you to make a wrong turn, because if you do need to turn around you will need to drive about 10kms before you will get a chance.
Finally in St Petersburg, we managed to navigate the streets and find ...
Back to reality
We dropped our English couple off near their hotel and headed back to the ship - exhausted but very happy. Our itinerary said it was an “Active 2 day” tour … and that it was. We completed questionnaires about the tour and one of the questions was about Suggestions for future tours - leave something out ? add something in? In all honesty, I wouldn’t leave anything ...
... Then comes the unpleasant news that our email provider has managed to delete our accounts. Now is not the time! We communicate franticly to resolve the issue. Fortunately I'd made backups of all emails and Anna had created another account. That gets us through the sale of the house as it takes a week before we get our email accounts back. The old town in Warsaw is nice, so is the castle which we visit. But we can't find a park to play football much to the disappointment of ...
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