Park Inn Sadu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Inn Sadu Moscow
Nice hotel, inexpensive and great location
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... Cheryl couldn't quite come at the caviar, but did manage some of the champagne. Set a new standard for the kitchen table!!!
As we left the breakfast we came across the McGanns and Sturgeons who had just arrived from the airport after their international journey. They were stumping up for coffees and beers so after a short chat we returned to our room and later walked together for our first walk into Red Square. ...
... out his iPad / Smart Phone and plug the address in to his GPS program. Whoola! You're at your hotel. Even if the taxi driver seems to speak English, or you seem to speak the local language, I'd recommend this - it hasn't failed yet. Every other course of action has had a fail of some degree!
Anyway, after 5 days on a train, no shower (and some KFC at the station) we got to our hotel without incident. We do get strange looks when we rock up to the Marriot in back packer outfits ...
... amazing St. Basil, which is as cool and beautiful as you see on TV. Walked all around Red Square an visit the GUM shops which I have decided is the Rodeo Drive of Moscow, complete with Louis, Channel and Cartier! It's a super fancy mall. Also had some time to visit MOMA with some great modern art pieces. The beautiful outside garden had iron sculptures of famous Russians like Kandinsky! Walked past the Bolshoi theatre home of the famous Moscow ballet, a very beautiful ...
... always give my critic to something...otherwise it wouldn't be me....
As for such a big International Airport I couldn't believe the lack of English from Russians side. I mean this is the airport. Who hires people who can not communicate with me at all and whats more, trying to make me feel bad about it and blame me that I don't speak their language. I mean, where ...
... when I get it right he is equally clear in his appraisal, "Da. Good!!" And a pat on the back. When Kim gets a small metal splinter in her hand, the Cossack pulls her to one side, grabs some antiseptic and a massive knife from his desk and whips out the splinter. This guy is a loose cannon! We spend a lot of time doing it left handed, which I'm not great at and then switch to going for a double throw with both hands. I am really bad at that, but Kim is absolutely nailing ...