Izmailovo Beta Hotel
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... neither. Since it's located immediately adjacent to Red Square, we easily navigated the Metro to get there. That ease was quickly squashed upon arriving and trying to buy a ticket to go inside. We were directed and redirected to various spots by unfriendly (bordering on angry) staff about a half dozen times before finally finding the poorly marked ticket office ourselves. Once inside, we walked passed a very official-looking, gray building. Compared to yesterday at ...
... food. Plus Jess' power strip plugged into one of the few power outlets was a raging success, at one point once the Russian speaking girl and some people from other cabins had plugged into it there was a phone charger plugged into each of the four sockets, one of which was our USB adaptor which was charging two devices, so five devices all being charged at once. We hoped that gradually we were dissolving any feelings of being the annoying non-Russian speaking tourists. Since the train ...
... in ages. I went out to meet up with a free walking tour that started at 10:45am right near my hotel. Our tour guide was named Elena and she was very good. Her English was perfect, and actually made the tour interesting. There were about 25 of us, and it was a pretty decent group. Everyone was much more enthusiastic than the group in Budapest had been. The tour was a great way to see the city and get an idea of what was built, when, and why.
... not that either of us would starve. I take some of my earlier comments back as we find the waiting area not bad & there are drink & food kiosk dotted around to keep us entertained when we take it in turns to stretch our legs and take the wait off our bums. It's now 18.10 we've been people watching since 1ish and there is only so much of this you can do on a metal seat that leaves its mark when you get up. Everyone is as hot & smelly as us if not more, ...
... by the American Jewish community in its history. In the 1920’s we fed 600,000 Jews who were starving in the great famine of the Ukraine. In the 1940’s we operated the Displaced Persons camps in Europe that housed over 400,000 surviving victims of Nazi persecution. Through 20013, more than 300,000 elderly from the FSU have been fed and cared for by the American Jewish community through the work of JDC.
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