Park Inn Pulkovskaya, St. Petersburg
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Another day stuck in traffic in St Petersburg, well that's how it started at least. Our main destination for today was the Hermitage Museum. The Hermitage Museum is the second largest museum in the world (after the Louvre). Svetlana took us on a guided tour through the museum and this time we had headsets which made it much easier to hear her. As …
This morning the group met our Russian guide for St Petersburg, Svetlana. We had a jam packed day full of sightseeing planned. First up we did a bus tour around the city. Due to the bad peak hour traffic it took us about an hour to get into the city. This gave us time to observe the St Petersburg locals on their way to work. No one was smiling or …
Everyone was ridiculously excited to being heading to "Mother Russia" today. This was the first day on the bus for all the new people. Billy our group leader explained about life lists, Topdick and Topdog. Life lists are a playlist of 9 songs each person can make up from their iPod with the following categories: song that defines you, love song, …
Another long drive and rough roads brought us to St. Petersburg and horrendous traffic jams.
St. Petersburg is one of the world’s most magnificent cities. It was
built at the mouth of the River Neva early in the 18th century by Peter
the Great, who wished to create a Russian capital to rival the splendor
of Paris. …
Left bright and early this morning to head to the St. Petersburg office to pick up my passport with a shiny new work visa in it. It was cold in Syktyvkar, but man, it was really snowy in St. Petersburg! But they didn't close the airports or even delay the flights. I guess they've gotten used to landing on snow...
So flying UT Air. It's not …
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