- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... absolutely no one!!! We had the whole cabin to ourselves and 3 cabin crew to fuss over us. I did mention to Johnny, one of our stewards, that it made economical sense to upgrade us to business. He did ask the captain but the answer was, unfortunately: ‘Not this time’! I did only say this tongue in cheek but I can completely understand this decision as Business Class was fairly busy and if I had paid top dollar for the added comfort only to be joined by ...
... the times on Russian tickets are Moscow time; the itinerary from the agency helpfully shows them in local time, too. There is already two hours between the two once you get to Yekaterinburg after 26hours or so. I printed the ticket-like things and itineraries they had sent me via email and relaxed. Luckily I then had time to read through the instructions last night; having chosen to receive ticket information electronically to save myself a trip to Real Russia's offices (or the ...
... we wandered through the neighbouring park, nosing at the multiple wedding parties that were passing through and having a look at a statue about how children are affected by adults’ vices.
Dinner was in an underground (literally underground, not clandestine :oP) Russian restaurant that we almost left because we wrongly thought they didn’t have an English menu. Then it was a walk back to the hotel and bed.
On Saturday (after a wonderful ...
11 June 2013
Hello Moscow12 noon, tt is now a matter of counting down the kms. After being on the train for the 5th day running, I have had enough of it for a while. The Provodnitsa’s have been busy cleaning everything; even washing the windows while stopped at one of the stations. Perhaps they travel back again on the same train when it leaves at half past nine tonight. The ...
... end of winter, in sub-zero temperatures, which was a big difference from the high 30 degree temperatures that we experienced on our last visit. But apart from the weather, there was still a lot to explore in Moscow, so we were off, ready to say ‘Hello again my commie friend’.
What lured us back to Russia in the first place was its history. So we headed to Moscow’s Gulag museum, where we traced the traumatic ...