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... who assured us we would leave from the main station. Unconvinced by this we gave our selves plenty of time to get to the station just in case. All ten minute walks to the station take way longer when you are carrying over 20kg with you so we set off to see what was happening.
Just before we left we met a couple who were traveling the same rout as us and would be traveling along with us through Russia & Mongolia, we were reassured that they ...
... lions etc.? Was there a long staircase to the Russian cat underworld or was it just a room full of malnourished cats? If anyone has the answer to this question, please let me know!
Spent three nights overall and met a great assortment of people in the hostel that got me excited about the next few months of moving from place to place. How long this will last is the question ...
Got my first overnight train in the evening to Moscow. Had booked 3rd class where possible ...
... front - we had entered from the back yesterday - and visited an active cathedral, then strolled along the canals. The weather has been outstanding. The days have been warm and mainly sunny. It has rained, but only at night. Apparently St Petersburg gets only 30 days of full sunshine a year and we have had 3 of them. Let's hope it lasts for our final day tomorrow.
When we got back to the boat we had a light tea and then we were whisked off ...
... went up to the Italian restaurant on board. It wash't long before Luisa, and Lucia, started feeling queazy, and had to fetch the meds. I, thank god, was totally fine! We spent most of the night in the main bar where there were dancers and some entertainer who held a competition that Luisa entered; she won a cocktail, which she couldn't drink, so Paula and I drank it. What a shame!
The next morning we awoke to the docks of St. Petersburg! We were all excited! I was even ...
... has made the plaster very brittle. The government has a restoration
program in the summer months and many buildings were covered in scaffolding and
were wrapped in hessian or similar material. The winter Palace of Catherine the
Great was absolutely spectacular and the palace was huge and adorned in gold,
with high columns and marble staircases everywhere and contained many old
After much sightseeing it was back on ...