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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We left St. Petersburg last evening around 7 headed toward Moscow. This morning we passed through the first of several locks on our route. It was fascinating to watch the process as the ship is raised to the next level.
After breakfast and free time, we had our first Russian language lesson. The focus was on the alphabet and key phrases. We decided that it's a good thing so many Russians speak English.
It’s raining when ...
... loom, work bench for hammering etc.
I guess if I lived in freezing temperatures for so many months of the year, I'd be more keen to work inside than out as well.
When spring came, the family had to take the cattle across to another island for some reason.
One of our tour members asked how they got them into the smallish boats.
After being stuck inside under the house for so ...
... for me was the sheer beauty of the natural landscape.
You really feel as if you're close to the top of the world here. Occasionally we'd see a pretty house or farm, but the lasting impression would have to be blue skies, white clouds, lush green reeds and grasses.
Rick and I met on Copenhagen railway station in 1972- both on Eurail passes.
I was heading to Narvik in the Arctic Circle as part of ...
... 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 ...