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... to the hostel after a great end to the first leg of my journey. St. Pete's (that's what us locals call it) has a more European feel to it, and chatting to some of the actual locals, there's a rivalry between this city and Moscow. I visited Moscow in 2012 and loved it, so I'm looking forward to going back (strange sentence but it does make sense, doesn't it?) Now for a 4 hour journey on a Sapsan, the fast train. Speak to you on the other ...
... across the Gulf of Finland has been connected to the mainland by a high causeway, large bridge and an obvious large tunnel. There are former gun emplacements evident from WW2 or earlier. With the cruise ships leaving in a convoy it made spectacular viewing, both from our ship, and the flotilla of small craft and people on the shore with sunset at 8.30 pm. It was a bit cool on the balcony requiring the beanie that has been carried for 5 weeks to be worn. Sent from my ...
Has anyone ever attempted to sell you a potato peeler on the Metro before? Today I had the opportunity to partake in such an event.
From time to time there are vendors that come onto the Metro cars selling various things such as Metro Maps, cool handy gadgets and even matches. These people organize themselves and travel from car to car, mostly passengers just watch and sometimes buy things.
Today's vendor was the first of our trip, she came on with a sports ...
... on, I could find both the number before and the number after the one I was searching for, which was being strangely elusive. After some internal debate (remembering my harrowing train station ticket office experience in Moscow) I asked a young, leggy and impossibly pretty Russian blonde who was listening to music, if she could help
. As it happened, she wasn’t listening to music; she was using her hands free kit to talk to someone ...