- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
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... and you can only go one by one- then the 2 people in front of me decide to invite the others in the family- another 6, again I had to say no and they didn't seem to care too much, but they moved to the back of the line anyways. Just absolutley crazy. But all checked in and waiting for the gate to open to board. Shermetyo airport does all the duty free purchases in Euro prices- just ...
... the flight from Hong Kong to Russia before breakfast of fresh fruits, croissant, chicken & mushroom congee & juices (apple , tomato & orange.) Flying into Moscow the multi-story buildings all looked identical & resembled stacks of D size batteries We arrived at Moscow airport around 7am then a 1.5 hr drive to our Hotel through wooded forests on the roadside & many dilapidated buildings as the countryside gave way to ...
... water food, and sleep.
The day had finally come to visit Red Square, the centerpiece of Russian and the world famous Saint Basils Catherdral (the cathedral on the cover of Tetris). We made our way on the metro to the stop nearest the square. Of course nothing is marked properly so we spent about an hour walking around the streets to the Kremlin and eventually made it to the adjacent red square. Like many famous locations it is smaller than ...
... with their names. The system is heavily used and everyone else knows where they are heading and are determined to get there in the shortest possible time. And... quite near our metro station, on our return we popped into the nearby Orthodox Church. The one with the black domes with gold stars on them. The interior was covered in icons and dripping with gold. Sheila had to put on a headscarf and there is a clever bit of genuflection than we won't master. Sadly no ...
The collapse of communism in the Former Soviet Union (FSU) in the 1990's left the Jewish world with the responsibility to provide life-sustaining food and medical aid to hundreds of thousands of poor elderly who have no other safety nets – no Jewish old age homes, no Jewish hospitals, no local Jewish federations, and, in most cases, no surviving relatives.
Into this breach jumped the JDC- The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. ...