Park Inn By Radisson Sheremetyevo Airport Moscow Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Khimki
... s! Not to be deterred by their elitism, Dave in his little Yaris rental car went around again, and parked at the end of all these posh cars inconspicuously. Well not that inconspicuously. It took a few seconds before someone came over to tell us to bugger off. Me and Susie managed to get a few pictures in while Dave bought us time talking to the security guard man! Mission accomplished, we went back to our hotel and got our bags and headed to the airport. After hanging around ...
... the world finest driving that is only available in Russia. We drove around observing fine architecture and talking further about Russian culture, when we stopped and headed out to one of the magnificent structures. We took part in a Eastern Orthodox mass and resumed talking about deep history of Russia as we headed to the airport, wishing we had more time to stay. We departed to Tokyo at 9:25 pm to enjoy some much needed sleep once more on the airplane.
... as they are usually free and you can’t get better value for money than that!! The guides live off the tips that people give them. They make this very clear at the beginning of the tour.
We left the hotel at 9:30 and in 10 minutes we were entering Paveletskaya metro station. This is our first encounter with the Moscow Metro so our first challenge was to buy a block of 20 tickets. This cost 500 roubles (£10). So at 50p per journey, metro travel was the way to go. ...
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 ...
... There were any many apple trees. It is a good year for apples and they were all laden with fruit. The monastery consisted of several Russian Orthodox churches and as it was Sunday there were services in progress. The services go on for several hours and people walk in and out all the time so this meant we were able to do this also. We were shown around by a monk and were told that during Communist times the buildings were used ...