|Subject: Re: St. Petersburg to Moscow|
Mark et al,
In 2000 I took a train from Moscow to St. Petersburg. Most Russians do the night train but I wanted to see the countryside so I took the only day time train. There was not much to see. It is all flat, rolling country.
There are two-person, and four-person berths but I was in a six-person seats room. I was given a picnic lunch box but most of it was not edible.
The train station to Moscow in St. Petersburg is on the main street, Nevsky Prospect. The train station in Moscow to St. Petersburg is Lenin Station. Both are easy to find.
I would suggest having a Russian friend buy the ticket for you.
Here is a report on an upscale train trip on this route: http://tinyurl.com/55pej
Bill Southern California