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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of food: rye wheat oats fodder, buckwheat, oatmeal, semolina...all grow here. The crops are autumn planted and lie fallow over the winter under 4 feet of snow then have early spring growth. Veges; beets carrots cucumbers tomato, cabbage lettuce...and sheep and cows for milk production, especially cheese. Everything here is preserved for the long winters - either bottled,dried frozen or pickled.So its a pretty rolling landscape and a nice change to ...
... with its all Cyrillic signage was the last advice we needed. A young woman who came bravely to our aid told us some complex directions which we followed as best as we could. But it was not getting us anywhere and to our embarrassment we ended up running into the same group of young men who told us to catch the Metro. We smiled at them, and kept walking boldly on, trying to look as if we had changed our minds about our destination and knew exactly what we were ...
Following my breakfast of boiled sausage, ham and eggs, and black coffee, I was met in the foyer by Maxim who was to be my guide and another man who was to be my driver for the day. A third man, Nicholas, was there to collect my 9,500 roubles (AUD 290.00) for a days visit to Sergiev Posad. I had decided that as I had already seen the French impressionists at the Puskin Gallery and the traditional Russian art, including the famous Andrei Rublev icon of the Trinity, at ...
... empty plates as they occur rather than wait for everyone to finish. The food we had was all very good, whilst with our guide we had some excellent Russian fare, the restaurants near Red Square tended to be more international with a leaning towards Italian.
Traffic is horrendous, office hours seem to start at 10 am so rush hour starts later and seems to last all day. There are numerous underpasses for crossing the road, a few of which have rails ...
... and two top beds. The
head rests both top and bottom opened up as secret compartments and
the bottom bed/seat pulled up for storage of bags underneath. There
was also space at the top for bags behind the TV (all in Russian of
course so we couldn't understand any of it), which you could get up
to via the top bed, via nifty pull out ladder. Individual reading
lights and a little radio plug in made it all seem good quality.
Bedding was provided, ...