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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Anyway, I hated St Pete. Noisy, smelly, boring, hugely overrated. My hostel was again just off the main street "Nevesky Prospect". There are a lot of tourist places in the vicinity, perfect for walking to. Unfortunately the road itself seems to be used as a kind of speedway - about 20%25 of the vehicles are being driven from traffic light to traffic light as a practice for a drag racing event. There are three or ...
... a Celebrity ship was given first access to the wall so we had to wait out in the bay) we were one of the lucky ones to get off the Eurodam early with the side benefit being a much shorter customs lineup. Even though we might have been twenty-fifth line it must of took us at least 45 minutes or so to edge our way up to the big red line on the floor. Who knew when the guys at the other end of the line actually got to the line as each person had ...
... taken into a small church where a "choir" of 5 sang. They do truly have wonderful voices and the acoustics are invariably outstanding. So we make a small contribution to them. Some buy CDs but we feel a full Russian CD may be more than we can appreciate. We would have had free time in the town, but really it was too cold to be comfortable so we have returned to the ship. We cast off around noon and sail for about 24 hours, arriving about noon in Moscow ...
... for the whole trip, even if it was only two single beds. Perhaps our view of accomodation had become skewed though after having maybe too many nights at Ibis budget where the 'bathroom' is a tiny sink, a toilet and a shower only just big enough to stand up in. Also we had got used to some smaller beds where Erin's rug stealing and encroaching had become an issue. Perhaps this was one of the main reasons Kev found the single bed fairly relaxing.
We grew quite ...
... 8220;For Science”, saying “These animals were captured & studied to learn more about them”.
1800’s, 2012 or for the greater good of science... I still didn’t like it.
I did however enjoy the 27m long whole blue whale skeleton, (extremely impressive & extremely big) hanging in the foyer. Along with a hump back, sperm whale & giraffe skeletons. That all died of natural causes... I’m sure of it.. I'm ...