Katerina City Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... was badly inflamed. Another three days and I was out.
The clinic and hospital seemed very modern and the rooms were nice. It was a bit difficult at times with the language but there were interpreters if necessary and I could use translate on my iPad for simple things with the nurses.
The food at the first clinic was excellent, steak, salmon fillet, nice fresh vegetable and fruit salads but the food at ...
... 2 per day. He speculated it was likely they would wait for us.
An hour before we arrived, my FinnAir friend came on the in-flight intercom to announce that he had not yet been able to establish communication with FinnAir Helsinki.
Thirty minutes before we arrived, my FinnAir friend came on the intercom again listing off several destinations, with the epitaph that passengers connecting to these destinations ...
... by me.
After waiting in line (again) and paying 500 Rubles, about $15 US, we entered the Diamond Fund, the Russian Treasury's collection of diamonds, jewels and precious metals. These are Russia's crown jewels and to me they surpass England's crown jewels in amount and dazzle. Each case is dripping with diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires, you could trip over them (and Oscar began to fantasize about tripping over one of these while ...
... transfer in the pouring rain. Off to Kyiv!
Feeling thankful that my day off last year was spent in Moscow as I literally didn't see anything beyond a three block radius of my hotel and the inside of two event venues...unless you count that glimpse of the Kremlin I got on the car ride to venue #1 in the morning. Oh, and the IKEA on the way to the airport. Has anyone else noticed that there is always an IKEA on the way to/from the airport?
... horror stories about the registration procedure, but it was pretty straightforward, even though it took us 45 minutes. After registration Konstantin gave me a prepaid Russian sim-card, which I loaded into my phone. I hadn't thought of it, but it's pretty great.
Now, being in the country legally and with the full power of Google Maps behind me I set off for the city center. Walking around Red Square, though, I noticed ...