As I’m away for a few days of vacation I prepared just a few blog entries in advance. On Thursday, January 12th, I found time for some simploring. I did some revisits for places I’ve been before and that still exist. One downside of Second Life is, that you never know how long a sim will stay or if your visit is the last. I went to Saint Pete City, that I visited in November 2015 this first time (see here).
Saint Pete City is a very nice town, highly detailled, the shops and the cafés add a lot to it’s charme. And again I noticed the many bicycles. Most shops, houses and appartments are rented, so there seem to be a lively community here. I visited one of the free appartments to get an impression. It’s expensive to live here, but you get a return, living in a city instead of being in the suburbs. The waterfront of Saint Pete City has it’s own charme.
Saint Pete City is owned by Neva Xenga (nevacrystall) and there’s a website you can visit for more information also about free appartments. Neva is also co-owing to (shopping) event places, Shiny Shabby Event and The Crossroads Event. I finish this short update with a quote from Neva’s Profile “..When u need the wonders, noises and sweet delights of a magical city burried in stories and treasures waiting to be found, open the gates of St. Pete, i put my heart into it....”
You should have seen this lovely town. Thank you Neva!
Landmark to Saint Pete City
Saint Pete City’s Website