Moscow Country Club
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Nakhabino
... were very pleasant but now the temperature is climbing into the high 20's. We spend our days reading, watching the silver birch, sleeping, eating, getting out briefly at station stops and buying food, and then repeat it all. Not for everyone, but we've found it relaxing. Police walk up and down the train, but they haven't bothered us at all. They look very official but I don't know what they're doing. At last a friendly Russian, who, with no common language, has been telling us ...
... with little domes of ice cream in them and it was delicious. Nate was happy...until he bit into the cone and realized there wasn't ice cream all the way through! The food market was interesting - vodka, caviar, chocolate and candy, etc. We walked to Victory Park which was low on "victory" elements. Some flowers (pansies?), a fountain, benches, and a playground. Eh. Then on to Christ the Saviour church. I brought my bag today in hopes they wouldn't mind a camera in a ...
... an Italian place with pizza and homemade pasta. We shared a pizza and it was really good. Great crust and delicious fresh mozzarella. I was a little surprised to find good Italian here! Total for olives, food pictured, a small beer and tip was $50, one of the more expensive meals we've had. Nate was actually tired so we headed back to the room early to see if he could sleep, since he hasn't really gotten a full nights sleep on vacation yet. Hopefully we both get decent sleep ...
... all was very clean. The night was uneventful, the train relatively smooth (according to Ric********siderably more so than the Paris - Moscow train). However, it appeared to me that there were times when we went over a surprising number of points, disturbing our sleep. We passed through, and presumably stopped at, Kazan of which I was only vaguely aware. I woke around 8am ...
Part 2 - Reflective Paper
"Experience, travel - these are as education in themselves." - Euripides
Luckily, as an International Management student, I had the opportunity to get cultural education by travelling and experiencing it.
This October the class of 2012 of the Zurich University of Applied Sciences in Winterthur set out to a study trip in Russia for 6 days to experience business culture first-hand. We visited 8 companies ...