Katerina Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... of 2.2 kilometers, with a height ranging from 5 to 19 meters and a massive 3.5 to 6.5 meters in thickness.
The handsome Spasskaya Tower with its gleaming gold and black clock is the main tower with a through-passage on the eastern wall which overlooks Red Square. The Spasskaya gate was once the most important entrance to the Kremlin. In tsarist times, anyone entering had to remove their headgear and dismount their horses - obviously a ...
Today was an early start 5:45 out of bed and it doesn't help that we had to change our clocks so that we lost another hours sleep, that’s two hours in as many days. We need to be off the ship and cleared by immigration to meet our private guide by 7. The process goes smoothly but its 7:15 by the time that we meet up but that’s ok as we have plenty of time before our flight. The guide was good, she helped us get our plane ...
... So back to the Kremlin to buy tickets to get into some parts (not all as it is the seat of government). Our first choice is called the ‘Armoury’ where collections of weapons, carriages, precious metals and jewels in all sorts of configurations are on display.
The guard at the gate to the Kremlin walls was checking bags and as I had my small back pack he wanted to know what was in it. Now he was the one who said "Do you have a ...
... came so far! This is worth big Brownie Points and could be an opportunity for us to build on by introducing other NZ seed producers...and clipping the ticket...or at least getting some funded trips. So, day one of business went swimmingly. Tomorrow will be tougher as we meet our largest client in the morning and then I have a presentation to one of the Moscow Floral Clubs (the commercial one) in the afternoon. I present ...
We booked a day long tour with a guide; Victoria Smirnova, who Oscar found on Trip Advisor. Her English took a little time getting used to, because of her accent, but once we got the hang of it she was a wealth of information. She first took us down into the Metro for a tour of the Moscow Metro stations. During the Soviet era the subway was put in to provide efficient public transportation. Because the communist philosophy is about equality of the people (no emperors or ...