Moscow Country Club
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... to the commentary and taking pics from all angles.
Dinner was at the Tatler Club - which was everything I'd imagined a Russian club to be...dark, long-legged blonde model types...and a band that was pretty good - they did Russian Rock 'n Roll. There was a photographer going around taking pics of the people at the 'tables to be seen at' (this was the Tatler Club after all. Note: photographer didn't stop at our table...this, like our cab ride here, set us ...
... only visited the companies but also had the chance to discover the vibrant pulse of those two cities with tour guides as well as on our own.
This paper is about my daily reflections of this study trip. Those reflections helped me to sort my thoughts and to deal with the many impressions we absorbed during this trip. It also helped to become aware of the differences of both cultures. Moreover, it mirrors my own behaviour and my mentality. Being in a different country with ...
... before getting back on the metro to a market! We were quite disappointed with the market as it appeared to sell fury hats and Russian dolls. It was also closing! After much walking we decided a beer stop was a good idea. We found a place where we could sit at a table outside and have a cigarette. Russia's smoking ban came in ...
Our adventure in Russia started haltingly. We intended to rendezvous at the gate at New York's JFK airport on July 9. Phone calls came in from two sets of travelers as my daughter, Dani, and I were waiting in line to check in. One had a weather delay, coming out of Denver, the other was stuck in traffic en route to the airport.
Having notified FinnAir staff of these delays when we checked in, we headed for the gate. ...
... hours are sporadic and seem to just close whenever they fancy doing so.
Once inside you have to fight your way through the hordes (having sharpened elbows helps) of other poor *******s who are here for other official ****, like getting a new passport or internal passport. ( Russians still have to own an internal passport to travel anywhere within Russia).
As you hang around waiting for someone to actually tell ...