Baby Lemonade Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaby Lemonade Hostel St. Petersburg
1st night here, so we'll see how it goes...but it seems like a pretty cool place
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... since our names appeared in Russian. We also got our passports stamped in Russia, not that you could read it. This was a long day. We were back after 6. After a buffet dinner, Ed and I went to see the 'Stars of St Petersburg' perform. They are a professional entertainment folkloric group. They put on quite a lively show.This was day three of five in a row of touring. I was too tired to write when we returned and could not stop to make notes as we toured. It is difficult to reconstruct.
... and their witnesses, travel around the city in a limousine and view many historical sites. Sometimes very close friends join as well. This presents the primary opportunity for the majority of the wedding photographs that are taken at varying historical places around the town or city." Which also explains why there are probably more limo's here than Hollywood. 5. If you go to backstreet local bars beers cost about a quid. 6. Food options are endless. Siberian ...
... were on our way. The ship, the Princess Maria, is actually a little nicer than we had imagined. Our cabin is quite small; two bunk sized beds and a tiny bathroom, where you practically have to sit on the toilet to take a shower. But it is totally adequate for an overnight journey. The ship has the usual amenities: casino, smoky Karaoke bars and a large duty-free shop. I'll have to stay vigilant to make sure Randy doesn't spend our life savings in the ...
... Educational option - conservative.
That's why THIS AUGUST 2013 is believed to be the craziest in my life so far.
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The BIG THING started in March when I got back from Warsaw to St Pete and bumped into one random (okay, maybe he was not that random) Swedish guy.
His name is Erik, He is 2 years older and wiser than me, ...
... one of those cultural events, where they have a song and dance troupe dressed in traditional gear, playing traditional instruments, and engage in the time-honoured tradition of getting members of the audience up to dance with them, including yours truly.
We are a group of about twelve, and the rest of the tables are taken up by noisy group of Italians who arrive about 20 minutes after us and immediately lift the volume to the level of 747 jet engines. Once ...