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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... it was scary. Victor remained calm and easy . We drove through forests past military camps with high barbed wire fences and security gates,past collections of old military tanks and trucks and forest and forest and more forest...then there would be a bus stop..right n the middle of nowhere..truly bizarre I though until I saw tow hunters complete with camo gear, guns bags, ammo belts and their catch waiting for a bus!!! Hunting Russian style. now and then the old old ...
... had actually initiated a conversation with me, I obligingly got off at the next stop with her - leading to the female conductor giving me a "you've pulled mate" look, which worried me a little - to wait for her daughter to pick us up. When we were picked, the two of them started arguing about where the hostel was, ignoring my perfectly accurate directions. Eventually they accepted my instuction to drive to the bus stop I was supposed to get off at. The Mum, ...
... of the Saviour and St Euthimius. The walls of this place are massive,easily the biggest fortifications I've seen so far. Pozharsky, an important hero in Russian history, who along with Kuzma Mining liberated Moscow from Ploish rule in 1612, is buried here.
The third and final place I went to was the Convent of the Intercession. This convent was where several times in history, Tsars sent their ex-wives when they were no longer needed (i.e. they wanted to marry ...
... and is a really peaceful place to
spend some time. And if you have ‘Kremlined yourself out’ you can go and wander
around the monastery. The convent that was founded in 1364, and is still active
today, was originally a place of exile for the unwanted wives of the tsars.
Among them was the first wife of Vasily III, Solomonia, who was apparently sent
here because of her supposed infertility. But, as the story goes, she
So here I am in Suzdal. Before I left for Russia I had inquired with local tour agencies about an day trip to Vladimir-Suzdal. The average asking price was U$450-500 - ridiculous. I figured the quickest and cheapest way was to buy my own train/bus tickets, make my own accommodation and infd my own way there - but I was concerned that I would not be able to pull it off due to my non knowledge of Russian, But voila - here I am! I managed all that and although ...