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 …
Following my breakfast of boiled sausage, ham and eggs, and black coffee, I was met in the foyer by Maxim who was to be my guide and another man who was to be my driver for the day. A third man, Nicholas, was there to collect my 9,500 roubles (AUD 290.00) for a days visit to Sergiev Posad. I had decided that as I had already seen the French impressionists at the Puskin Gallery and the traditional Russian art, including the famous Andrei Rublev icon of the Trinity, at ...
... way towards Garfuncles for his cooked breakfast. Realizing that with only 9 minutes till the gate opens Ollie's dream of a full English was shattered and a speedy rush to the departures board was undertaken. We sat at gate 50 watching the sunrise before boarding our Airbus A319/320 which would take us a way from British soil. 4 hours later we touched down in Moscow and to an applause the cabin crew began to allow ...
... little English we told him we needed a taxi so he immediately relayed this to the guard on the station door who phoned his “mate” the taxi driver. We were quickly bundled into the mates taxi bound for the hotel for the price of 50 Euro. In hindsight we think our friendly young man was the lookout for the other two and we’d been well and truly conned!
If only the taxi driver from our previous visit operated his taxi from this train ...
... that has world class deposits of oil and gas.
2. Implement Communism for 50 years to destroy all entrepreneurship and economic initiative.
3. Suppress all religious and objectionable artistic and editorial expression.
4. Waste whatever resources you have to become a military superpower and an internal police state.
5. Let OPEC restrict the supply of oil while the Chinese, Indians and Brazilians add 25 million cars on the road every ...