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... but it does make it all a bit fake, and means the few real marble heads and the like don't stand out. The large pieces, including wall friezes, are impressive, though. Amongst the pictures, the portraits without provenance always seem a little too prosaic; 'Portrait of a man' '...a woman' '...a man with whiskers'. Some fabulous art, and a Titian display there at the moment, though I'm sure they rotate them regularly. Don't be fooled that ...
... and is more valuable than leisure travel. The leisure segment makes up less than 20% of Renaissance’s total guests.
Next up was another hotel site tour, this time of Lotte Hotel. Lotte, a South Korean brand, was familiar to me due to my time spent in the country. In Seoul, Lotte is a widely recognized brands with a portfolio of hotels, theme parks, and food products to name a few. Outside Korea, however, the brand was little recognition, but ...
... style. The connecting bridge over the Volga offers great views of Peter the Great island statue on one side and back up the river to the Kremlin and beyond, on the other.
Moscow's roads radiate centrally from the Kremlin with outer roads connecting the streets- like a huge spiders web. The city has grown so much that a fifth ring road is being constructed. Marie took us walking along the second ring- the series of ...
... the Bolshoi a couple of times at other locations so chose not to get a ticket this time. Four of us headed back for the hotel. Have to say that my arthritis was very unhappy with me at this point and I would have been much smarter getting a taxi back to the hotel although it wasn't really very far from Red Square. We found a food store very close to the hotel so I picked up some stuff ...