Park Inn By Radisson Sheremetyevo Airport Moscow Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 20 minutes sharing their comments. With them. They seemed very interested and made intelligent comments. I should note here that next day she said she had done some research and recanted the statement about the US potentially supporting Hitler. After returning to the hotel I shared a nightcap with Glen Smith, Lesley Fraser, Kath and Peter O'Brien and Tom Mullins, before heading to my room about ...
... left hand. Left hand?! I can't do anything with my left hand. Why do I need to be ambidextrous at knife throwing?! Arguably it helps with the technique as you have to concentrate so much more on your weak side. We start to be able to get the knife to the board with some level of consistency and then our instructor motions for us to be put our knives down. He walks us over to three axes in front of three bits of tree stump and starts smashing the axe overhand into the ...
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 ...
Yesterday Tom and I left the land of raspberry jam and parents who do the washing (and pick you up when you are in trouble - thanks mum!) to become fully fledged "responsible" adults. We left Sydney airport and traveled to Moscow, our first stop, via what seemed like the longest route possible (Sydney-Singapore-Helsinki-Moscow: side note: to get from Singapore to Helsinki you pretty much fly over Moscow, so for ...
... we were staying a porter ran to us for our bags and took us inside. Straight up to the 31st floor we were shown to the end of the corridor. It felt magical looking inside as right in front of us was a huge window overlooking the harbour and city. Feeling a mixture of excitement, tiredness and a little bit stinky it was shower then bed. No sleep for roughly 49 hours makes for a very sleepy Yasmin.