Park Inn By Radisson Sheremetyevo Airport Moscow Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Khimki
... morning, with the temperatures hovering near freezing, but we felt pretty fortunate as that is unseasonably warm for Moscow in the winter, and we had noticed temperatures in the single digits farenheit (-10 to -15 C) in the weeks prior to the olympics.
Walking across the cobble stoned Red Square it was impossible not to be struck by the size of the space, and the sheer weight of the historical significance of ...
... After the fall of communism in 1991, Russia decided to rebuild which took 6 years and was completed in 1999. This afternoon we met with Russian soldiers from WW2. They were charming and very complementary of the US for our roll in the war. Tonight was our last dinner. The captains farewell dinner. We said our goodbye's and we just finished packing. We leave for the airport at 5:30am. The plane departs at 9:20 and we will be back in Chicago about ...
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 access to the trains is so long (Tunnels and stairs and tunnels and escalators) that by the time you get to the deck, you are totally disoriented. Was amazed at the long escalators, I was on one going down for about 3 minutes (no, they are not that slow)
Have a taxi booked for 6am in the morning. They say it is 2 hours to the Airport from here (2500 rubles or over $70)
This is likely the end of the blog, but thanks so much for joining me with it.
Did I mention that the metro system looks palatial? They've got chandeliers but unfortunately I still can't work out which station I'm at when the train stops. I think the guy who says 'Mind the Gap' in London didn't get the gig in Moscow. A real shame is that the mausoleum in Red Square is closed for repairs so I can't walk past Lenin and see him all pickled. Took a walk past the Bolshoi today but unfortunately no performance whilst I've ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed