Nevsky Central Hotel
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... and how you have to prove where you will be for every moment of your stay in the country. However, this isn’t about the pesky Russians making life difficult for us Westerners. It turns out that these visas are primarily to control internal migration, so if you were from an Oblast in Siberia and you wanted to visit Moscow you would need a visa for your stay. It is what they mean by having your “papers” on you at all times. From what we can tell, this has ...
Currently sitting on a bus to Prague, with
9 hours to kill so a perfect place to do some more updating. In April I went with students from Finland
and also Lund to the Baltics – Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga and then St. Petersburg
and Moscow. That was the most jam-packed
10 days ever! The trip started from
Stockholm so I got to see the capital for a little while before / after this
trip which ended up being the only time I visited, ...
... on istuskellessa, maisemat vaihtuu ja itse voi vaikka köllötellä vaakatasossa jos niikseen tulee. Katsotaan sitten ylihuomenna ollaanko vielä samaa mieltä. Vaunussa on myös pieni koira joka tuntuu olevan kovin kiinnostunut seurueemme hytistä. No, kunhan ei kuseskele kenkiin niin kaikki on jees.
Päätettiin tarkistaa ravintolavaunun tarjonta - virhe. Menut iskettiin käteen ja ohjattiin istumaan, eihän siinä kohtelias suomalainen kehdannut enää poiskaan lähteä. Syötiin ...
Our mission to enter the ex-communist country of Russia started way back in London at the visa application centre. After filling the visa application out online, we took on peak hour in London to make the application centre as it opened. The only problem was that we needed an internet cafe to print out our forms. So I raced to the centre to stand in line and Shaun raced around London to find an internet cafe. As I entered the application centre ...
Obviously a great start to the night.
We got down to the University Embankment and set up camp near the pair of sphinxes, looking across to the English Embankment and St Isaac's. Laura went to buy beer, and took so long that Nora and I decided our fates - she was going to marry the guys speeding around in a fast little boat on the river, and I was going to marry Mila's son, Sasha Korchagin, right after he returned from his trip to ...
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