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We had been thinking of finding a guide to help us around in Moscow and St Petersburg – but I am glad that we didn't go to that trouble as it has been a piece of cake getting around these cities. We had thought that we would not be able to read words in Cyrillic script but we have picked up quite a bit and can vaguely read the things that we …
... any of the information either.
We walked back to collect our bags as it wasn't that far, and this time we didn't get lost. We figured it was better to get to the station early to make sure we were in the right place and on the right train, than risk being late and missing it. Picked up our bags, and managed the subway with them without falling down the escalators. Had to change once, so lots of them to navigate. Found the ...
... The boat had three decks the bottom one had cabins as well as a doctor’s surgery and a shop. The second deck was where you boarded the boat so had a foyer and reception desk together with more cabins, also the library and Restaurant. Peter and I were looking forward to spending the next week on this lovely boat and Nan, Pop and Aunt Sal felt the same as they could happily unpack and not have to live out of their suitcases for a week!
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... been gale force, and it was not pleasant to be out on deck. No wonder no-one was in the pool!
I decided therefore, to use the time to re-colour my hair. I use the ‘Mystic Violet’ colour by L’Oréal Feria; as its name suggests it is a dark purple colour. Doing it myself is much cheaper than going to the salon.
Once my hair ...
... juice, and I would have quite enjoyed a cider; random other people got wine. No-one ever took Ram's food order, and he had to go chasing after a waitress with a menu. The food, when it arrived, was also a bit random - I waited some 15 minutes after most other people got their mains, for example. And all with this standard Russian sigh when one asks for anything. "Oh, GOD!!! This bloody customer wants his FOOD!!! Oh, well, I suppose I'LL have to do it!" I will ...