Park Inn By Radisson Sheremetyevo Airport Moscow Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to go to the Romanov house. As we were walking away from St. basil's, Iza recognized a Canadian from her hostel, Collin, and he decided to join us. We went to the house and got to wear booties on our feet. I felt like I work for Comcast ;). After that we went on the hunt for souvenirs. I didn't find anything I wanted to buy. I'm not a huge souvenir person. Idt I'll buy a matryoshka doll. I don't really want to carry one around with me for 7 weeks. Afterwards we ...
... at once. It was as if whole Moscow decided to take the same train at the same time. It was pretty annoying and a little scary since I somehow did not catch the names of the stations we were supposed to change the trains and get off in the end. It was so easy to lose the other classmates in such a huge mass of people and on top of that one of my wheels of my suitcase broke and I struggled to keep up with the group's pace. Well, I signed up for Moscow, and I got the full experience of this big metropolitan city. ...
... window watching (a lot of autumnal
trees and dried out land and abandoned buildings with hardly any
animals or greenery or water), music listening, book reading,
language learning, picture taking, sleeping, quick leg stretching at
platforms, card playing, watching 'Breaking Bad' series (loving it!)
talking with Chris and Thomas and japanese lady, and attempts at
conversing with a few friendlier russians and the three days and
three nights were quickly up!
Another day, more rain and lots of traffic - 8 lanes of traffic, few traffic lights. While on the bus, we got the history and feelings about Putin and the Russian govt. Our tour director spoke of corruption, graft and lust for power by Putin and his friends. Putin began his career working for the KGB. They estate his net worth at about $100 billions. Russians pay 41% in payroll taxes. By the time we ...
... the lead with 1k to go, before being swallowed by the pack. At the bell Mo was where he wanted to be, with Jeilen and Tanui chasing. Full gurn territory, but he was equal to everything they had, crossing first with arms spread. Brilliant. Still Usain Bolt to come, and he casually took first in the final heat of the day, with semis tomorrow. Finally we had the opening ceremony (!) which looked pretty enough, and I headed back. More of the same-but-different ...