Arthurs Village & Spa Hotel
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... in the hotel. On our last full day in the city we first went to a lecture conducted by a professor of international relations here in Moscow who is also the assistant to one of the most senior officials in the Duma and specializes in security and terrorism. He was a career diplomat having spent five years in the Russian consulate in San Francisco. He provided a fascinating insight into Russian history especially about the Soviet Union era, Lenin, Stalin, ...
... A shower quickly followed - I'm confident that we both stunk - and by then it was time for dinner. Given that we'd been living off train food for almost a week we decided that a reasonably nice meal was deserved, but we were both tired and didn't want to venture too far, so we figured the hotel restaurant would be a nice compromise. On being escorted to our private dining booth by our dedicated waitress we figured that we'd grossly misjudged the hotel restaurant AGAIN! At least ...
... How widespread is Yandex internationally? (Yandex) - How do you differ from other big search engines like Google and Yahoo? (Yandex) - Who are your biggest customers? (Irkut) As for the Swiss Embassy and the Switzerland Global enterprise I hope to learn more mostly about the two different cultures and the following: - What reputation does Switzerland have in Russia? - Do you get many questions and concerns about the current Crimea crisis? - How do ...
... for 6 hours before we were joined by 2 English lads, one from Leicester and one born in South Africa but living in London.
We had some fun and watched The Inbetweeners on his laptop (the one where they go to Australia), very funny film.
I actually slept ok which was a surprise. I kept waking up but the carriage was a new one and was very quiet.
Suffice to say, I got up at what I ...
... through passport control, and boarded two busses for the half hour ride to the train station.
En route, we were warned about pickpockets. Our guide said that it would be risky to keep any items in our back pockets. The gangs of professional thieves consider back pockets to be available to anyone.
Despite the early hour, the station was already crowded.
We passed purses and backpacks through a cursory ...