Residence Moika Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... were often badly behaved, incredibly noisy, and, all too often, obsessed with 'selfies'. Apparently the city is now a well established cruise ship stop which dispenses thousands of day trippers- most of the sites we went to had competing herds of flag-led tourists all vying for prime viewing spots. And contrary to the strict law and order image Russia might have, St Petersburg is crawling with thieves who seem to operate with significant police indifference (probably too ...
We awoke Friday morning, excited to be in Russia. St. Petersburg is the cultural capital of Russia, and located at the top of the Gulf of Finland. Though visas are required for Russia, we were able to bypass this by booking excursions through our cruise ship. When we first awoke, we were greeted by the news of the plane that had been shot down in Ukraine. While a bit unsettling (especially since I was just at Amsterdam airport the week prior), it didn't seem to have an ...
... had the most nights’ cruising with FOCL; one lady who had over 400 nights and a bloke who had spent an astonishing 1000+ nights on board Fred Olsen ships. That’s like staying on the ship for over three years solid. Blimey – that would take some doing.
The announcement also came that, because one of the tender boats was out of ...
... has a surface of 70 million square kms and it still battles with some neighbours for more land.
Back to Pete. He married Elisabeth first and she was a selfish little party girl. Opulence and abuse were running in her corrupt vains and Petie boy built the Winter Palace for her. It has 1057 rooms where Madame hosted costumed balls every second night while the Russian peasants were starving out in the cold coutryside. When Madame died, she left behind ...
... life-time. It was a crazy semester, filled with traveling to some places even Apple’s international data plan doesn’t cover. One of the saddest things about leaving was the uncertainty of when or if I will be back in that part of the world, a part of the world I like a great deal. Hopefully soon.
Thank you to everyone who has been reading the blog. Your interest means a lot, and it was always great to get ...