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... ticket area which, for some reason only known to Russian Rail, was not anywhere near the service centre but out the the back of the station in a building along side platform one. I was beginning to wonder what the folks at the service centre actually did other than take up space and breath air. I found the ticket area. It was a long, narrow overheated room with about 14 ticket windows but only 2 were open and each had about 10 Russians standing in queue, and ...
... modern city but looks very entrenched in what you imagine the old communist Soviet Union to have been like. It tries a little too hard to keep up with it's western counterparts and seems like it has lost a lot of character as a result. The only buildings to break up the grey concrete are the usual suspects...Starbucks every 100 yards, McDonalds, Subway etc etc.
Hopefully tomorrow will show me a different side to Moscow that is out there somewhere.
... and off at 4 different stations. That was exciting as you only have around 15 secs for people to get off and others on. During peak times trains runs every 30 seconds. Each day the subway carries around 9 million people so it's very busy. The first station we went to was 100m underground with the longest escalator I've ever been on - must have been 300m at ...
... to grow in the future and is extremely attractive considering its sheer size and need for professional travel management.
Key challenges include. First, reduced profitability, due to corruption and unfair tenders, the enormous price pressure from consumers, very low to zero commissions from suppliers and increasing labour costs. Second, TMCs and TAs often function as creditors, as many clients ask for payment deadlines ...
Our tour guide Olga took us on a walking tour around Moscow where she showed us our metro station, how to use the ticket machines (which had an English option) and then took us to Red Square to see the Kremlin, Lenin's tomb and St Basil’s. Amazing place, and not at all what I expected. I had read stories about soldiers stopping people getting into Red Square taking bribes to let people in, groups of pick pockets and husslers. What was there? A main square ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility