Novotel Moscow Centre
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... next challenge. Underground stations have several exits that pop up to the surface in different areas. We did our usual thing of leaving the station through the most inappropriate exit and had another confusing 10 minutes or so standing on the street trying to figure out what direction we should walk in. Fortunately we chose the right way to walk based on the fact that we knew we had to walk past a park and there appeared to be a few more leaves in one direction! It is ...
... the tour option, as it was only in Russian, and just sampled some of their wares instead. Strolled a part of a green circle which surrounds the centre of Moscow and got back to the hotel in time to freshen up and meet the group at 6pm. All Australians, except for a random Canadian girl who booked through Australia anyway. Seems like a nice bunch. There are 14 of us in all including two honeymoon couples, a mother and daughter, 2 older couples both from ...
... the shape of the city. In he evening we had another of our trip highlights - going to the Bolshoi.
The opera, and the whole experience of being in a Russian Theatre was really amazing. The theatre itself was glittering with gold and rally beautiful. All the seats were in small groups, like boxes, rather than in big rows which made it feel a little more intimate. We had amazing seats in the front row of the ...
... statues of ducks that we saw on the river bank... Super cute! At another point we could see the ski jump that skiers could practice on! It disappeared into all the greenery that covers Moscow.
We were soon off to our gigantic and somewhat dodgy hotel. The hotel was the biggest we had ever seem and so ridiculously busy that the staff were quite rude and over customers. Oh well. From our hotel room though we had the coolest view of this great big park ...
... sits around 86%. This high figure is typical of Moscow hotels and is on par with his competitive set. Room rates are also high compared to other European cities due to the fact that demand exceeds supply. Despite plans for hotel development, very few rooms are being added each year, making this high occupancy and room rate quite stable. One advantage that the Renaissance has is its sizeable meeting and event space. There are very few options for large ...