Sakhalin Sapporo Hotel
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... will reduce in strength as it crosses Japan and heads towards us and hopefully not affect our itinerary. But who knows. It may be another lecture filled afternoon. This morning Andreas is giving a lecture on "Plate surfing rocks - an introduction to Plate Tectonics". Tonight before the Chef's special dinner Dirk is hosting a small drinks soirée in his suite for the naturalists, some crew and the Captain to thank them ...
... ice and even frost. This is due to the army of snow shovellers employed by the authorities. You can see them working day and night with shovel or pick in hand clearing the snow or hacking at the ice to ensure all public access is clear and danger free.
Passing once again our old friends Cyril and Methodius we entered The Church in the Trinity in Nikniki as we had done during our walking tour several days earlier. The church was much busier than our ...
... to our surprise the actual ticketing only took a few seconds. At least we now have a 'Ticket to Ride' & know how to get to the train station in two days time. On the return to the hotel encountered more subways that looked like works of art. Here are some of the pictures.
The evening session at the stadium was a good one with many finals & the 1500m semi-finals where not unexpectedly Nick Willis failed ...
... a very large third ear right in the middle of my forehead. Taking my lead from the multitude of under aged army lads in the vicinity, I soldier on. “Can I buy a ticket to St Petersburg please?” She responds rudely, and in Russian. ‘Биле 90;?’ I venture. ‘Санк 90;-Петер бург’ Diney puts forward. More Russian. Diney asks ...
... however the subway was luckily only 300 meters away. She showed me how to get a ticket and then we went down the longest escalator I have ever seen. It took all but 5 minutes to reach the underground train track level. The girl told me that this was the deepest station in Moscow as this suburb is slightly elevated from central Moscow and they constructed the underground train system in such a way that all tracks run exactly horizontal. As has been the case ...