Courtyard Moscow Paveletskaya
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The official business over, and armed with official FiancÚ titles, we proceeded with our touring.
We met up with our tour guide from this morning, Anya, to join in her Moscow Metro tour and proceeded to visit some of Moscow's winning train ...
... spend a dreary afternoon. The boat itself was quite large and contained a very nice restaurant with large windows that kept us warm and dry while taking in the sights. The city views were beautiful and the parks looked wonderful; we wished the weather were better as we would have spent some time exploring them. The ticket price was $30 each plus the cost of any food or beverages ordered. I think this would be a great first date.
Unfortunately, the ...
... the street at any time, at which time you have to produce your passport, visa, and ‘registration document’ which is a document which your hotel prepares which keeps track of where you are.
I am glad we came to Moscow as we have seen some world famous sites and learned a lot about the history of soviet Russia from a Russian perspective. It’s not for the faint hearted, but for the brave ones of you out there, you can really see another side of the world in ...
... a couple of ticket kiosks, each with two doors and higgledy piggeldy queues leading up to the two doors. We thought we might see the armoury that day, and the cathedrals/churches the following day. Naturally, the lady at the desk had other ideas! We knew already that to enter the armoury you had to go in at the time allocated on your ticket; what we didn’t know was that to go in at 11.15am you had to queue and buy your ticket at 10.30am – always 45mins before ...
... s money is actually located in these two cities. Something I can definitely agree upon, the city is quiet modern and well developed. However, Siberia is an upcoming region, as there almost all of the natural resources are located.
Some of the hot topics of the industry are: travel policies, OBTs, data and tendering. Still many companies do not have a travel policy, and if they do, they are not lived, which leads to low ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Moscow Paveletskaya
We stayed here for business. It's a block from the train station, has a great steak & ale restaurant across the block, and a Starbucks around the corner (about 2.5 blocks away). You could walk to Red Square, but it's only 2 stops by metro. Great service. Good morning breakfast.
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