Nevsky Forum Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a go, so it's left me with a few questions of my own, was it really easier in St P? Was it just me? (most people agree it's much more friendly and laid back than Moscow) Did I find it easier because I'm settling into things and relaxing a bit more with the whole travelling thing? Was it because the hotel was nicer? Did the vodka help?...The answer to all this is I don't know, all I know is I've left a little bit more upbeat and a little less stressed, maybe Moscow will be easier this ...
... a bit overpowering so I slept for most of the 3 hour journey. I occasionally looked at the information board and think 255 km/h was the fasted we went. Naturally I woke for the Finnish and the. Russian passport and board control procedures. Right on time we pulled into St Petersburg. As is common with most cities the long distance train station is in a fairly run down area. It looked like rain so I found the Metro which I knew was under the station, queued up and bought ...
... saying our goodbyes to grandma before dashing all the way across the intersection and up the 3 flights of escalators of the shopping center, which houses 6 movie theaters on its 3rd story.
We arrived in time for our 3D movie. As we came into the theater and found our seats, the commercials started. Then they froze. And nothing happened. For 5 minutes, which is a long time ...
... customer. They look like they're working hard. I've tried to book all my train traveling overnight, so I have more time to see Russia on arrival. I think my longest journey may take about 55 hours. I'm heading to Moscow at 12.30am so I can arrive to see the city in the morning, as my arrival time is 9.55am. After that I see the hermitage, which I've been told takes ...
... The architecture in St Petersburg is one of the most unique things I have ever seen. Somewhat comparable to Amsterdam in that no buildings are above 6 or 7 stories tall...yet at the same time nothing alike. Each block is comprised of an entire building which is elaborately decorated with pastel colored ceramic, absolutely gorgeous. For lunch we ate at a traditional Russian cafe and stuffed ourselves with beet salad, and borsch. Let me take a moment to digress on ...