Holiday Inn Moscow Suschevsky
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... the tour option, as it was only in Russian, and just sampled some of their wares instead. Strolled a part of a green circle which surrounds the centre of Moscow and got back to the hotel in time to freshen up and meet the group at 6pm. All Australians, except for a random Canadian girl who booked through Australia anyway. Seems like a nice bunch. There are 14 of us in all including two honeymoon couples, a mother and daughter, 2 older couples both from ...
... absolutely buzzing with the adrenaline hit that we needed... We still head a fair amount of the afternoon free, so we went to check out the Cosmonaut Museum. There is a huge monument outside that looks like a spaceship taking off. It was 200 roubles to get in (about £4) and it was full of fascinating equipment from the space race. In the west, perhaps even globally, the emphasis is very much on the Americans winning the space race, but the soviets were seemingly ...
... as QCD Solutions, then we couldn't talk anymore the red wine had worked its magic once again. Friday morning and the though of an Easyjet flight home was not too appealing, Domodedobo airport was a total nightmare from the moment we arrived. Ques everywhere for bag drop, security, passport control, hundreds of hot sweaty people pushing and que jumping.... Just not British don't you ...
... As the meeting went on, I drew similarities to the challenges of Russia's airline landscape. How can Transaero even begin to compete with an airline that receives 30% of its revenues from tariffs for use of Russian airspace? Aeroflot has a strong enough cash flow to be able to set fares at $1 and knockout the competition. Despite this power, Transaero does an excellent job at differentiating itself. It has its own squad of security dogs that are trained ...
... I rented an electronic "guide" (you punch in the picture number and it tells you about the painting), that way I could go at my own pace. Ruth, I can see how you can get passionate about such stuff. I traveled through peasant life, thorough castles and thrones and adventures and tragedies and love stories that stretched to Italian villas and Greek beaches and red square in winter and summer and fall. I could take about three hours then began to ...