Katerina City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... night was no exception. With both our sets of parents at the house, we didn’t manage to get any sleep – packing our bags for the first time in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Still, the time of our fight to Moscow via London Heathrow was set in stone, so whether we felt ready or not, we had to leave at 4am to make our way to Manchester airport. We checked in with an hour and a quarter to go and said some tearful farewells to our parents. ...
... stations as we wearily head towards the hostel, but they are quite something, as we would see later. We arrive at our hostel and it is on the top floor of a small apartment building. There are building works going on in the stairwell and it looks like a death trap (just see the photos!). We get to the door at the top and there is no sign. I try the handle and the door doesn't open. We feel a little deflated, until a lady appears at the door and starts ...
... all housed in a large industrial building that used to be a chocolate factory. After being turned away at Gipsy for not being on the guest list (their loss), we went to our second choice, Rolling Stone, which turned out to be great. The main club area was on an open-air rooftop patio with a beautiful view of Moscow. I was surprised that his kind of venue exists in a city where it is so cold for most of the year. Over the course of the evening we met people from ...
... for academic research. The city is very pretty a lot of great land scalping done. Social events are more relaxed. The people speak very loud and rude. Russia business is bad business . Russia money if I trade ten US dollars I get 311.67 rubles. I leaned that Russia calls cash a ruble. I saw the red square. I got to see what kind of food they eat. Most of all if I could go there again I ...
... gold leaf. Grabbing a decent photo in this area proved a challenge, we were of course not the only sightseer’s. Our guide Helen was proving to be a great source of information on the history of the buildings here, and of Moscow and Russia in general.
We were able to enter a couple of the buildings, one was the Dormition Cathedral (also known as Cathedral of the Assumption), the other was the Patriarch’s Palace which was now essentially a ...