Holiday Inn Moscow Suschevsky
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... for what we determined was probably a writers festival, and got some photos. From their we visited the state history museum for a bit of context. It covered from the beginnings of human settlement through to around 1800 or so. From then on it seems there are individual museums for different events or people. We grabbed an audio tour and wandered around, it was again quite interesting with some cool neolithic exhibits they'd dug out of peat bogs recently. From there, we took a ...
... 160;The next morning Dmitriy met me at my hostel and we went to an AquaPark on the other side of town. Loads of fun, some wicked slides, albeit painful ones, and there's something surreal about swimming around with snow and ice outside the window. That evening Dim and I parted ways and I was invited out by the girl from the hostel (easy) to meet her friends for drinks. I had already polished off a bottle of wine before leaving the hostel, and for anyone who knows me well, ...
... a shambolic waste of four hours, exposing our comparative incompetence. The lowlight of which was the time we spent desperately looking for a restaurant called 'Rym' in a mall, which Elena had recommended as an excellent introduction to Russian cuisine. Despite forever seeing signs for 'Rym', the restaurant kept appearing to elude us, until one hour into this increasingly perplexing search we realised that 'Rym' was actually the name of the mall and that one of us ...
... a Polish LOT Airlines plane, thus throwing into doubt seat assignment requests. The flight boarded without incident, however, and all delayed passengers arrived in time. We settled in for the 8 hour flight to Helsinki, confident that the irregularities of JFK marked the end of uncertainty.
Lurking in the back of my mind, nonetheless, was the knowledge of a paltry 35 minute layover in Helsinki, connecting us to our ...
... the last day for his chance to run at the World Championship and was denied that!
The best performance on the night was from Teddy Tamgoh from France who jumped 18.04metres in the Triple Jump. This was the furthest anyone had jumped in 17 years. He did it on his last jump after several close fouls. The Jamaicans took both relays and gave Bolt and Fraser-Pryce their 3rd gold medals. We then didn't wait for the speeches etc and ...