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... buckwheat, and dried apricots in my tea. On the contrary, I am sooo not about the cold Kvas (like worse than rotten non-alcoholic beer if that were possible) soup, crab mayo salad, vinegar with a bit of cabbage, any other concocted "salad," the four-in-one kasha (like oatmeal) that tastes like buttered mud and sand, and bread with an inch of butter and an inch of raw fish. I have gagged more times than I would like to count. There is a very, very fine, extremely dangerous ...
... developed a bit of a headache and decided to head to bed early. I am sure that I developed the headache as a result of the extreme weather change! I had wanted my host mom to know why I had quarantined myself in my room all evening and so right before going to bed I mentioned that my head was bothering me a little. She immediately switched into frenzy mode running to the fridge. She said that she had a pill that would work and help me, which translated to "Take this while I ...
We embarked on a bus tour of the city at 9am. We visited the Admiralty, Basil's Island , Decembrists Square, the battle ship from which the shot was fired to start the Bolshevik coup in 1917 and more. We finished about 2pm and had free time. I took a taxi from the hotel to the Hermitage Museum( 700roubles from the hotel) only to find it closed Mondays. Typical of the Russians that they were so keen to take my ...
After a late breakfast and trip research, we found our way to Eclectica ticket booth to check if we could go on a 2pm tour of St Catherine's Palace (about 25km out of St Petes). There was space - but we had to find an ATM – the tourist board wielding woman motioned to a bank over the road – but once there the bank looked closed and we couldn't find an ATM anywhere. When we eventually found one further up and around the corner, ...
... the canal and you get a sense of the scale of some of the buildings.
We had to have an emergency drill before we set sail, so it was on with the life jackets and a briefing by the captain. They are extremely bulky and uncomfortable, so I hope we never have to use them!!
Finally at 7pm Russia time, we set sail up the Neva ...