- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... flight (rome to san jose via moscow and los angeles) was about $720.
Not sure if I will come back to europe some day. I'd love to do so, but it does require time, money, lack of a job, lack of a girlfriend/significant other, and lack of children. I suppose you can get over all of those hurdles and do it anyways but it becomes more difficult once you start adding in obligations and dependents. I've already got 4 potential trips mapped ...
... in my Russian education process. For those of you who have not heard of it or read it so far I highly recommend it particularly the version that has cliff notes to keep us ignorant North Americans in the loop of Soviet Era terminology and ideology. In the park we came across a statue of the guy who is an author of many of the well known Russian Fables which Katerina and Maya re-told to ...
... others for a night discussing our professions. Each of them was either a scholar and/or field research expert of geology. Naturally the discussion became political, starting with the Cold War. Including: the paranoia of their upbringing, their opinions of Americans at an early age, and the near disasters averted. Not much different than what I hear my parents speak of regarding their youth. The inevitable World War ...
... What I liked most was that the tour wasn't just facts and history, our hilarious Russian tour guide told us legends - like the one in which the reason Moscow Hotel is not symmetrical is because the architect gave Stalin two places to put his signature: on the left for one design and on the right for another, but Stalin signed in the middle and the architect was too scared to ask for clarification - and told us self-depreciating jokes - like "We ...
... to the Australian band of the 1970s? Sherbet is a Uzbek Russian restaurant in which there are curtained booths, and men smoking hookahs. A very attractive hostess welcomed us to the main floor which served as a dance floor with DJ later, or on weekends, or sometime. Don't really know. Cath noted that there were no women in the restaurant but then noticed a few sitting upstairs and then a group of young women, out for a night, came in and sat near us. Cath ...