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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Good afternoon from somewhere along the Svir river! We left Mandrogi around lunch time to sail to our final destination, St. Petersburg. I am so excited to finally see St. Petersburg, but a little sad that our trip is coming to an end. Anywho...Mandrogi. What an awesome little "town". I use the term town loosely as it was more of a small artist village. It snowed again overnight which made a perfect picturesque morning. I can't imagine the village would have been nearly ...
... seasoned and bland. Don't get me wrong, most of it is tasty, but some of the things we've been most excited for have been a bit of a failure, although all of the soups that we've tried have been good. After dinner we played some music trivia with a few of our new friends, we only lost by 1 point (bummer!). Tomorrow is another early morning in Mandrogy (we're painting matryoshka dolls!). Sweet dreams from Russia- ...
... the next lake and began to pitch around quite heavily. Lake Ladoga is the biggest lake in Europe measuring 136 miles long and 86 miles wide so it is like being out at sea. After dinner Sergei showed the video he had been making of the trip so far. The ship was swaying quite heavily by now and Liz was starting to feel a bit unwell so we wobbled down two flights of stairs and had an early ...
... is entirely accurate). Sharing the cake did get the crowd back on side and we have decided that chocolate birthday cake is very high on the list of older Americans.
If it sounds like mealtime was a big part of our time on the boat, there's a strong Russian connection. Pavlov was a Russian scientist of note (Pavlov's dogs) and I suspect that a similar set of experiments were being performed on us. Meal time was always preceded by a loudspeaker buzzer and ...
... list and it's there in front of us. Now it's time to go back and get the bags for the overnight train. We manage the metro and even manage to get our bags back, but have been unable to find a supermarket. It's been warm again and we could use some moist towelettes for a bit of a wash on the train. Armed with some water, lollies and muesli bars we manage to get to the train, get our bunks, and settle in for the 8 hour trip to Petrozavodsk. Our carriage has a lady conductor ...