Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel
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... concept of marketing; “why would you market standing in lines” was the common sentiment. He was able to break down that barrier however, and his firm was responsible for the first billboard, the first TV commercial, and the first Radio commercial in Russia. He now has over 500 employees and has expanded his company into Europe, serving big name brands like Coca-Cola and Samsung. He told us a hilarious story about how his company was ...
... hall does not help my concern and our first hurdle is to try and get in what is almost a one man lift. Fortunately another larger lift arrive that all 3 of us can fit in. Kim's definitely not smiling now. We're on floor 3 apartment 1, the landing continues the theme (this is real cold war era stuff gulag springs to mind). So how relieved was I when Iliya opened the treble locked door to a modern well equipped apartment with daily housemaid service, free ...
... other side. Traffic from the airport was not bad. Having landed around 9 I was in the hotel room by 10 PM. I was just delighted to find that after painstakingly packing my suitcase carefully in Bucharest, the fine folks at the Bucharest airport had taken it upon themselves to rummage through my bag and put everything back in a different, and haphazard place. No, I wasn't trying to protect that ceramic plate. By all means, please put that on ...
... my feet were so incredibly sore and I was hungover, I still wanted to have a few drinks with the crew just because it was some peoples' last night that night. So I bought some drinks and got ready and went to hangout with Nicole, Jen and Dave. But then I thought that I'd better wait for Bec so she isn't by herself and she knows what the plan is, so I went back to our room to wait for her. Then I fell asleep... epic fail!! Monday 10 May 2013: Disappointed in my efforts last night, ...
... rose 5 stories. The arched halls have different themes and distinctive architecture. You could easily get lost in the labyrinth of tunnels. One time we walked clear from one station to the next in tunnels. We were at the mercy of good Samaritans. We could only point at the spot on the map we wanted to go and look helpless. Was fun and had good interaction. In places the halls have been made more narrow by about 3 ft each side with false glass ...
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