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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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back on line, have traveled through Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and crossed into Russia today. Lack of internet and many nights wild camping have prevented me updating this blog, the plan now is to have a day here on Barnaul prepping bikes then travel to the Mongolian ...
... although like
the rest of our pot noodle and soup type food, very salty! A bit of
first night entertainment was provided by one very drunk russian lady
who seemed to particularly like Paul and tried telling us in some
broken english about her friend working something and going
somewhere... We had to really encourage her to go back to the food
carriage as she started following us out, saying she can tell us the
rest the next day...never saw her ...
... first thing, including a posse of Chinese race walkers banging out laps. Interestingly (shush) the race walking course is now much shorter than it used to be and they do laps. They used to have a course like a marathon one, but it was too bad for credibility, plus people would only get red carded when near the stadium, soul destroying. Now there isn't the same feeling of 'but I wonder how many infractions happened away from judges'. As I left a couple of ...
Today was one of my favorite meeting days in Russia! It was our Hotel tour day and we met with the Renaissance and Lotte properties. Both tours were incredible in their own ways. The first tour was this morning with the Renaissance. We did not just tour the facility, but also had conversations about hotel landscape in Moscow and Russia, the Corporate Travel Industry, the Winter Olympic Games in Russia, and Russia in general. the ...
... I did not even see it, but the little arm was up in a flash and I hit it unexpectedly going fast just below the waste. My momentum swung my upper body clean over the arm and pointing down toward the floor, and there I was, suspended in mid air bent 180 degrees over the bar, neither my feet nor my head touching, looking at my knees! I could not get off as I had no traction on either end!. The attendant had to help me! What a scene. I am not sure who ...