Holiday Inn Moscow Suschevsky
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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1: Plane home. Spent day
in Rome, flight departed at 9:20 pm
EDIT: It is now April 12th. The reason this entry took so long to post is due to the pictures. As it turns out, uploading ...
... displays of Modern Art or fashion. Even closer in the foreground was a large statue the looked like a boat with a large sculpture of a man on the front. Turns out this is a monument to Peter the Great but the funniest part of this story, which I only heard very recently, is that the man on the monument was originally Christopher Columbus and it was designed and built as a gift to the United States who apparently rejected it ...
... was banned because of offensive nature
-Anything and everything sponsoring the existence and acceptance of homosexuality
-Restrictions to selling cigarettes to women
There is a tradition of police presence, both visible and secretive, that keeps people in check in Russia. I read that Russia’s government is currently investing billions of dollars to create a Russian based ...
... then she took her bags and waddled out of the station. Homeless I suppose. There was an announcement in Russian, and the "delay" column lit up with "20:00". I saw someone looking at their ticket as well as looking at the electronic board, so I wandered over with my ticket, pointed to the train number on my ticket then to their ticket, hoping to figure out if they were on the same train as us so that we could follow them, but their ticket was bought at the station whereas ours ...
... you could see the whole lot for around £800 if you stayed in a hostel and ate fairly cheaply, £2-3k would be luxurious and some people spent that on London tickets without seeing the whole Olympic programme. I spent my day following, ending up in various broadcast meetings and then at dinner with Rob Steve, Carolyn, Ron, Jonathan and Katherine. I'll fill in some surnames later, but it was a decent meal in good company, especially watching ...