Nevsky Bereg Hotel
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... but was pleasantly surprised with everything we were served. It was modern, well presented and extremely tasty - so it was hats off to the Chefs.
After dinner there was plenty of entertainment planned for us to enjoy however I could feel a cold coming on so after a stroll around the deck to watch the beautiful sunset - which by the way was after 10.30pm – we retired to our cabins to get some much needed rest as we would need to be fit to tackle the program ...
... no signs about how much should I pay. Two old ladies pointed at a board, on which only the number of 100 and 500 were known to me. At last, the ticket man said 25 Ruble for the ticket. I didn't understand at all why the two old ladies thought the board could tell me the ticket price and I still don't understand it now.
I met a traffic jam on the way, and I felt so bad on the bus, tired and wet with the heavy bag. I asked two persons on the bus ...
... and realized my connection wasn't working. The internet seems to be quite sporadic at night time so I've decided I'm going to buy a miniature 4g modem I can plug in to my computer. I have one class at 1:50-3:20 tomorrow so I might do that in my free time.
This weekend we are traveling to the city of Novogrod so expect pictures soon! St. P State is quite unique itself so I'll be posting pics of the campus too. That's all for now.
... We had soup, rice and chicken, along with a few vegetables, coffee, tea etc. - and bottled water!!. We were warned that anywhere in Russia, Belarus and Lithuania, you do not drink any water or even clean your teeth with their water.
After lunch we got under way again and travelled along a fairly high standard road. We finally got onto a better section of road (much newer) with sealed shoulders. Well the next experience was to confront ...
... station and other end is Admiralty and Hermitage. Nevsky is also a place
for nightlife with all kinds of bars, clubs and restaurants.
Dining Out & Traditional meals:
Nikolaevskaya Trapeza: is a unique Russian meal. It's reindeer cutlet that you can try in St. Petersburg.
Panorama Restaurant: Russian Cuisine. It has great food, with an even better view of St. Petersburg. The main dishes cost about 300 rubles, which is about ...