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... mixer at a Mexican restaurant organized by our partner organization which helps study abroad programs in Moscow. We were fortunate enough to have an absolutely fascinating person sitting at our table…a guy by the name of John Rose who founded the first independent marketing agency in Russia. John explained to us how when he first came to the Soviet Union during the Perestroika in 1988 before communism had lifted, it was hard to get people to ...
... going for it. Well our only other choice is to 'phone home' we call Real Russia in London who as usual are absolutely great and are on the phone to the Moscow property company straight away. It turns out that our property manager Iliya is held up with another guest and will be with us ASAP. Phew we can breath again. Sure enough he arrives eventually at about 3.30 and is very apologetic. I am very apprehensive as we walk to the entrance of the 17 story block of flats. ...
... What else can one do?
The flight from Bucharest to Moscow is about 2.5 hours. Or, at least it is supposed to be, until your captain comes on the intercom and announces that traffic at the Moscow airport is busy so we have to circle for another half an hour. On the upside, I got to finish the movie I was watching on the iPad.
I had to wait awhile for my luggage to arrive, but, the driver from the Sheraton was there waiting for me ...
... mosaics. Really nice places to be. Then we had some free time to wander around. So we went inside St Basil's Church (because we didn't have enough time for it the day before) and I went to get some noodles for lunch. Great hangover food. In the afternoon we had a tour of the armoury. Annoyingly, with my hangover, my attention span was pretty limited. But it was interesting. Then I went to pick up a bubushka (or sometimes called matrishka) doll and some postcards before dinner. So ...
We had a good breakfast meeting with a customer regarding an existing unit, then were off to another meeting regarding a new order I am working on. We had a good interchange. We then returned to our hotel for a short time.
Equipped with a map of showing both downtown and the metro, we set off on the metro. Was an awesome experience and so glad we did it.
The metro is huge. Layers and layers criss-cross deep under the city. One escalator ...
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