Come and visit Saint-Petersburg!

Jan 3rd, 1999, 03:01 AM
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Come and visit Saint-Petersburg!

Hi, my name is Alina and I live in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. I've travelled all around USA and Europe and I totally loved it! I've met a lot of nice and friendly people how helped me to see their home countries.
I'll be glad to give you any information needed about my wonderful city or to show you around. I like to communicate with people and make new friends. So come and visit St-Petersburg and I'll try to help you enjoy "The Venice of the North"
Jan 5th, 1999, 10:51 AM
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My name is Felipe. I plan on travelling to St. Petersburg in either the late summer or early fall. If you could please e-mail me and let me know of some of the fun things to do and neat places to go there that would be great. It would be nice to meet you once I am over there as well.
My e-mail address is [email protected]
Jan 8th, 1999, 12:24 PM
Rue Ford
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Alina, We are planning a trip to St. Petersburg and would like to know which of the castles outside St. petersburg are the "must see" Wenot have time to see them all, What is the entry fee to the Hermitage ? Thank you, Rue
Jan 8th, 1999, 03:56 PM
Harald Hansen
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Saint Petersburg is a beautiful place and it has a beautiful name. But why do they never call Venice the "Saint-Petersburg of the South?"
Jan 8th, 1999, 09:20 PM
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Hi, Alina! St. Petersburg is high on our list of places to visit. We met a lovely young woman from St. Petersburg in New York City last summer and she was just as enthusiastic as you are. I forgot to ask her - when is the weather most pleasant for visiting - when the gardens are in bloom?
Jan 10th, 1999, 04:23 AM
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Rue, a must-see castle is Peter and Paul fortress (it was built at the time of Peter The Great). The entrance fee for foriegners would be about 10$(but if you go with Russian, you can get in way cheaper
Jan 15th, 1999, 06:57 AM
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Hello Alina,
I am taking a trip to your city next month...February..I was wondering how cold it really is in Russia this time of year. I am visiting the Hermitage what else is there to see and are there any good restaurants?
Looking forward to your response.

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