Moscow Country Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... long hike to breakfast at 8:00 it's actually 10:00, so you're never sure whether the dining car will be even open. A long stop at Yekaterinburg, where the Romanovs were murdered in 1918. It's now a big industrial town, full of the usual Soviet and post Soviet architecture. We've just passed between Europe and Asia. This is where the official Siberia begins, as opposed to the Russian version. It's hard to realise we are actually here travelling through this fabled land of ...
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... trip 3 yet so I guess we'll see! Breakfast was at Cook'kareku (Russian for cock-a-doodle-doo) and the concept is amazing. They're open 24 hours and only serve breakfast - based on the premise that it's always breakfast time somewhere. So it's breakfast dishes from around the world, and when it's breakfast time in that country, that dish is 30% off! So from 10-12 Moscow time, dishes from Italy, France and Spain are discounted. From 4-6 Moscow time, Thailand is ...
... to put women in a position where they have to do physical work but she fully sees women working in the office. Later on this trip, I also learnt that many families employ nannies so that women can further pursue their career.
Discovering Geropharm's plant dressed as smurfs
Geropharm, a Russian developer and producer of innovative drugs against socially significant diseases, also welcomed us with open arms. They invested a lot of time in showing us ...
... question: where exactly does one buy mugs in the centre of Moscow? We hadn’t seen any homeware stores whilst we’d been there and wandering around on our last day failed to magically reveal any we’d previously missed. Then we hit on the ingenious idea of buying a souvenir mug from one of the many stalls that line the entrance to many of the metro stations. Unfortunately they were extortionately expensive and ...