Holiday Inn Moscow Suschevsky
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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Ivan my guide turns up and first thing he informs is that there is a problem, it is MOSCOW DAY. The whole town is partying, Red Square and the Kremlin are out of bounds. Red Square because they are getting it ready for a rock concert that will be going on all afternoon and into the night. Finished off by AeroSmith and fireworks. This could be good I thinks.
Off we trot to see what we can in the ...
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... batter paistrey. followed by some vodka! which costs 60p (less then 1 euro). so we re happy out.
we try a two for one bar on the way home, but we both hit a wall. we pay, had some difficulty with the cheque and had to explain with a calculator that we were shortchanged, and the waitress takes the plate and brings us back the correct change.
home and we charnge our phones, and head to bed.
the next day (Tueday) we get up around 10, get some ...
... wait to set out on this journey. Questions for companies We will get a great opportunity to get a glimpse into different sectors, industrially and geographically wise. First I would like to list the questions that I would ask the companies in general: - Do the current sanctions have an impact on your company? - Are your customers mainly from Russia or abroad? - Where do you see the biggest challenges you will face within the next 5 years? We will have ...
We start with an early morning commute. Not stuck on the Northern line but instead the fast Sapsan from St Petersburg to Moscow. Virgin you have a lot to learn. Spacious, comfortable, left dead on time, travelled 650km in only 4 hours to arrive dead on time. And best of all you arrive at Moscow rather than Birmingham! Day 1 and after a quick hot shower we set off on the Moscow Metro to find Red Square. Easier said than done unless you a) ...