Kade kneels next to a stream formed by the San Francisco Glacier, about two hours outside Santiago, Chile.
Monday, February 1, 2010
Arriving in St. Pete
If you don't take the Sapsan to St. Petersburg, you can go the conventional train way. Kade and I did the overnight train, which took over eight hours. The clip below shows the train we took, except we went the opposite direction. After this video, scroll a tad to see some friends (and residents of Russia) who took their own journey to St. Petersburg from Moscow. Renata and Dilya had a wonderful time. All aboard!
For a bit of history about the railroad connecting St. Petersburg and Russia, click here.
UPDATE: Click here to see Anthony Bourdain on the midnight train to St. Petersburg.