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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... t as fun. Renting a car can be cheap but only if you have multiple people you're traveling with. Going out to bars/clubs/whatever usually costs quite a bit but is worth it if you are hanging out with and meeting cool people. Overall I didn't spend a ton on airfare, either. The original flight from san jose to berlin (via seattle, keflavik, and stockholm) was about $650 (this obviously went up after I changed it to glasgow 3 days prior to ...
... Borsh which was very tasty.
I forgot to add that I tried Vodka with Horseradish...it was gross.
We followed our lovely lunch up with a wander through the city and we came across Patriarch's Pond the place where the opening scene from Mikhail Bulgakov's novel The Master and Margarita takes place. I am currently reading the novel, a gift form Katerina ...
... are, for the most part, the occasional Russians I can speak English with, other foreigners who have had these same discussions or experiences, and The Moscow Times and St. Petersburg Times newspapers, which are both English language papers targeting foreigners living or working in Russia.
Since starting this entry, I was invited by a friend, who saw me reading an English language travel guide, to join he ...
... s alarm went off, but I really don't know how I slept so well. The ear plugs were gone, my mask had fallen off, my pillow had worked its way out underneath the bars of the bunk and was laying on the floor, and the blanket was all twisted up. To be honest I'm surprised I was still on the mattress. In the morning we went and did a free walking tour, which took us past notable Moscow churches, architecture, Red Square, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and ...
... in Moscow for picking up spectator passes was a 15-20 minute walk from our hotel. It was a crowded place with many Muscovites picking up their passes after work. Cath zipped through, but somehow mine was delayed and finally the supervisor told the people making the passes to get mine done which they did quick smart. With our official Olympic passes in hand we went looking for a restaurant and decided on a place very near our hotel called Sherbert, ...