- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... drivers, allRussian,none who speak english...some young some old but all good at their job. It makes a difference when they smile at us and return the greetings we give them - some dont even acknowledge us. However todays drive has caught young Prue's eye and its not that she fancies him it more that the more we look at him the more he looks like the evil Russian from the James Bond movie. Prue wants to get a photo of him but its tricky using the drivers mirror ...
Hello and welcome to the first entry of my newly established travel blog :-)
In the first few days in Russia I couldn't see much of Moscow as I’m staying quite far away from the center near to Scheremetyevo Airport. Anyways I can tell nice hotel, nice office ;-) we get picked up in the morning by a bus. On the first day the busdriver pointed at my coffee to go and said something not very friendly, probably not "good ...
... I still remembered the way. I could recharge my phone there. I made it back with little difficulty, which was a relief. A few hours of loafing around behind me, I decided to take in a night at the circus. Given the reputation that Russian circuses have towards the treatment of animals, I struggled with this decision, but curiosity eventually got the best of me. With a fully charged phone and my helpful Metro app, I headed out to the Nikulin Circus, named after a ...
... excellent English translations, and it was really quite well priced, around 400r ($16AUD) for a main. The food was fantastic, Jess and I both ordered pork medallions - mine with gorgonzola and hers with bacon - and Jess' even came with broccoli so she was over the moon. I've never known someone to like broccoli as much as Jess! Our waitress did have some trouble with English. When we asked if the Apple Strudel came with Ice Cream, she answered in Russian ...
... bottom cut off!”
We carefully checked the spelling against my guidebook and identified the correct platform from which the train departed.
Domedodovo airport is 26 miles from Moscow and takes 45 minutes by train. I thought it would get dark about the same time as the UK for this time of year (about 4:30) but at 5:30 these was still light in the sky. Darkness fell just after 6pm.
We had entered the streets of Moscow during rush ...