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... Turkey but I dunno, we’ll see soon.
I can’t walk straight in the hallways with the ship moving. It almost looks like everyone in the hallways is drunk because you teeter back and forth from wall to wall as the ship plows through waves. Note to self not to get actually drunk on board (unless it counteracts the sober tipsiness; who knows I haven’t taken physics yet ;)) My roommate is chill. Her name is Tyler and ...
A walking tour of the city's old center is included in our transiberian tour pack so we woke up to meet up with our guide first thing on the morning. Our guide was a young woman who studied tourism in St. Petersburg. She brought us around the main sites of the historical city center and talked about the history of St. Petersburg.
The city is full of large spacious parks. The parks are sooooo ...
... airport. On our way, as usual Murphy's Law, one of us discovered that he forgot his passport. With a rush we went back to pick up the missing passport and drove to the airport where we met our other travel buddies Dogan and Feyza. Both of them were soaking wet as they were caught by heavy rain. We were JUST on time for the check-in. With a combination of rush, morning mood and too less sleep everyone of us was behaving a bit annoyed to each other. Anyway we made it. Our ...
Only on the Babson BRIC program would someone get to experience the teachings of Lenin, a Russian hockey game, and the wisdom from the managing partner of PWC St Petersburg, all within the same week. The past 8 days or so have been busy with a capital B, and have encompassed the wrapping up of our Russia in Modernity class on culture and history, many cultural excursions, and the start of our second Russian BRIC course; Business Environment in Russia.
... the fortress is the Trubetskoi Bastion Prison (aka the "Russian Bastille") which you can tour and see the prisoners' quarters as they were back then (the 1800's and early 1900's). There isn't much more in the rooms than a cot, a table and a small lamp, and there are two solitary confinement rooms that you can go into and shut the door to see what it would be like to be in confinement at that time. Also on the wall are some histories of the ...