Park Inn Sadu
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Nice hotel, inexpensive and great location
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After another little train journey, I am in Moscow. It's pretty bloody awesome!! My hotel (Park Inn by Radisson, costing 140K loyalty points - only 2 million points left ) is about 20 minutes walk from red square. It's also virtually right next to the Tretyakov Art Gallery and a university campus which means lots of nice bars and …
... Anyway, I continued in this insane traffic flow, when suddenly the heavens open their gates.
A huge thunderstorm turned part of the roads into rivers, can't see much, always worried to get stuck in a pothole. Thinking the centre must surly be around the corner, I am told, just go this direction for about 30 km...
By 7 30 PM I finally reached Red Square, how, I don't know, just glad ...
... and popped the question to Mandy Moose Mugwump Babycakes Dingbat, her official title, which will now go on the wedding registry. She humoured Steve and said Yes! And the world is now a better place for it!
The official business over, and armed with official FiancÚ titles, we proceeded with our touring.
We met up with our tour guide from this morning, Anya, to join in her Moscow Metro tour and proceeded to visit some of Moscow's winning train ...
... but after walking along a main road for two hours, we gave up. The only shops they appear to have here are cosmetics shops, florists and sushi restaurants. Also there are a million banks. We did manage to track down some supplies near our hostel though and, without too much stress (we did need a few beers and some crab flavoured crisps to recover), made it to the train station ready for our Trans-Siberian ...
... wish to hold the event in the hotel that attendees stay at. Having attendees stay at a hotel and transporting them to a stand alone convention center poses problems due to traffic issues that can make even short commutes quite lengthy. When we questioned Armin about tourism levels and barriers such as signs written only in Russian Cyrillics, he responded saying that it is not a priority for his hotel, nor for the Russian government. Corporate travel continues ...