Holiday Inn St. Petersburg Moskovskye Vorota
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... which stretched outside and around the corner. She assured us the queue was nothing compared to summer when 10,000 people per day go through! People slowly went in and the inevitable chaos followed as people faffed about lining up to give in their coats and bags and then join the obligatory queue for the toilet.
As always I was busting for a pee, but knew if I joined that line I would not be out before the next group was due in and would see zilch. I looked at Michi ...
... got strapped back on, where they live always when we are travelling, and we counted our blessings.
Last stop was the fortress of Peter and Paul, which contains the church where all the Romanovs from Peter the Great to the poor mixed remains of Tsar Nikolas and his wife and children are buried.
And hence (by now 2pm) to the Elva factory... Gray and I getting a bit alarmed about what had happened to the lunch "break." It's not the food, ...
... the practicality of this. So, when I was leaving for class today, I noticed that the second lock was locked and tried to unlock it with my key...unsuccessful. I tried everything: trying to unlock it with the first lock locked/unlocked, jiggling the door, etc. but nothing worked. I had 10 mins to get to class and it usually took me 15 mins to get there. So I called an advisor at the school and told them that the door was ...
... of our party were out for the night and wanted to find a place where
they could dance, so after a drink we headed off for a livelier spot. After
walking for a fair bit we found an area that was known for its night
life...only problem being that the kind of night life you were after was not glaringly
obvious, even to those who were the locals in our small group. The first place
wouldn’t let us in, but the second would. And as soon as ...
... and Russia won. The Russian forces had been led by Ivan the terrible, who was an awful and paranoid leader. Ivan had also destroyed the Kazan Kremlin which was a beautiful architectural fortress. It was a Tatar fortress that had been destroyed, but in the 16th century was rebuilt by the Russians. It now has a more Russian era to it, instead of before. To get to Kazan, I took a train from Moscow, which was an 11hr ride. It cost $70 or 2045R to go to and ...