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... tattoo but over the days things were dismantled so we were able to get a feel for the place whilst sipping pink champagne in the Bosco cafe opposite. The shopping centres - now they were amazing both architecturally and for the fact they contained every fashion label imaginable. Try as I might to convince myself that there was indeed space in my pack for a pair of Manolo's I managed to restrain myself and walk on. Will power! ...
... chandeliers. Then we walked into the main square. This is all being renovated for the 700th anniversary which will occur next year so the beautiful Bell Tower and the blue cupolas of the Cathedral of the Assumption are shrouded in scaffolding . We did go into the small church dedicated to the Virgin of Smolensk. This was more European in style with more Baroque decoration though still plenty of bling.
Our final visit was to Trinity Church ...
... as some I have seen (i.e Versailles in Paris), the grounds are really second to none. The opulence is just something you don't see anymore.
That night we took the overnight train to Moscow. We arrived today, bone tired. It was too early to check into our hotel so we left our bags with the concierge and headed into the city. We caught a free tour, which gave us the lay of the land, had lunch, and then came back for a nap, we are all so tired from all ...
... business tourism in Russia started 18 years ago and the first TMC opened in 1991, the industry is still very young. Today, it is however expected to value about 6 billion Euro, not including MICE. There are about 30 TMCs operating in Russia, all global players are here too, these top companies manage 80% of business travel. On average clients have about half a million in travel spent.
According to our hosts the major challenge in CTM ...
... of privately owned upmarket stores and some wonderful cafes and food stores.
In the afternoon we were treated to a concert by the Folk Orchestra of Moscow ensemble playing traditional folk instruments. Young professional performers played balalaikas, dombra (mandolin) gooslei (sitar/harp) clarinet. flute, accordions and percussion. Absolutely fantastic performance of Russian folk music, Laras Theme (thought ...
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