How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... from Michael Angelo to Davinci and everything in between. The architecture was magnificent inside the palace. The walls were covered with statues and gold and other precious stones. Next we had an authentic Russian Lunch including terrible tasting Russian vodka and caviar as well as cabbage and sausage pancake rolls. Not sure of the name of this dish. Finally our group stopped at ...
... by Leonardo DaVinci (there are only 20 in the world), 24 Rembrant’s and other wonderful paintings by masters such as Matisse, Degas, Picasso, Van Gough, Monet and many others. In addition to the paintings there were also incredible sculptures on display and entire rooms dedicated to objects made out of precious materials such as Jasper, Lapis Lazuli, Amber and Malachite. Our tour guide shared with us an interesting fact that when looking at the ...
... At the end of the BBQ, Diana, a gent named Alexander, a few others and I started walking toward the metro. Slowly we lost one by one to various metro stations. Alexander lived near our hotel so we parted ways last. Cool dude, solid couch surfer, we'd meet again. I made my way back to the hostel around 11, it was barely dark. The almost 24 hour sun is really ******* the sleep cycle, late nights and early mornings, then required naps in the ...
... and profit however....are half the size of exxon mobil's. Go figure that. Might have something to do with the regulation that they can only export 40% of their oil, have to charge a set price to domestic customers by the government...and potentially corruption? Just some guesses. Another interesting yet also hilarious part of the speech was when the executive of Rosneft (which as a company has not mastered the technology for fracking surprisingly) claimed that the US ...
... though many buildings are pretty well blackened on the outside. Still, much gold adorns many of them, shining like a beacon from the top of towers and cupolas. Rowland and Judy shared the driving to Dresden, brave souls both. Barbara and I sat in quiet admiration as sports cars streamed past us ... we were only doing the posted speed of 120 k, after all. We didn't dare do more because our companion GPS, dubbed Helga, was quick to sternly admonish us if ...