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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for 6 hours before we were joined by 2 English lads, one from Leicester and one born in South Africa but living in London.
We had some fun and watched The Inbetweeners on his laptop (the one where they go to Australia), very funny film.
I actually slept ok which was a surprise. Kept waking up but the carriage was a new one and was very quiet.
Suffice to say, I got up at what I thought was ...
... to in Russia?" His name was Marat and he was a young Russian entrepreneur traveling to Moscow for a meeting. He was just starting up his embroidery business and was to meet up with an important potential client from the military the following day. Marat couldn't have been over 25 years old. I was impressed with his business savvy, which became clearer the more we conversed. A few hours passed by and it was time to get some sleep, or at least try anyway. I said goodnight ...
... The chapel is still in constant use but as a visitor i felt almost imposing as a tourist. The red square is a huge space. The RYM shopping centre making up the left as you face the river, the imposing large red walls of the Kremlin to the right. Behind us a museum (will try to find the name) and in front St Basil's. St Basil's is the Colourful domed building. The domes almost look like flavoured Mr Whippys, where the flavour is coloured. This was where we ...
2:30-2:45 PM Get lost while trying to actually find info session location #2 (the instructions to "turn right at the yellow building" doesn't help if you are faced with three yellow buildings on a single street corner)
2:55 PM arrive at venue minutes before scheduled start time of 3:00 PM
3:00-6:00 PM Info session #2 plus 2 hours of Q&A!
6:00 PM Painful walk back to hotel after standing in heels for the past three ...
... idea of Peter the Great. He wanted an inland transportation network to link Moscow River to the Volga River and then on to the Baltic Sea. It did'nt happen for Peter but Stalin got it constructed in his inimitable fashion using the inmates of the forced labour camps as labourers to dig the canals and instal the lock system. Built in 5 years, it was opened in 1937. It was a far greater project than either the Suez or Panama canals and now ...