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Carlton Europe Hotel

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Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Tverskaya, Moscow

Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Tverskaya, Moscow

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Ok maybe this is not "the" most expensive place to shop and stay in Eastern Europe, but still, you could hit a golf-ball from here to the Kremlin and that to me is pretty ironic. There are two far-bigger Soviet-style hotels on the far side of the Kremlin that I expect will take the place of this one on the totem-pole, once they are renovated. Looking back on my visits to Moscow now, I am glad that I went there before it really built-up like Shanghai and got ridiculously-expensive like Paris. Once I stayed 2 blocks up the street from here for $20 a night, I wonder if that's even possible anywhere near the Kremlin. Not like I'd do it again, that place was a dump! :) It had a great little cheezy bar and restaurant on my floor, though :) All-night cafes, excellent beer, vodka, and food at great prices, a good subway and truly gorgeous women...Moscow ain't so bad. I had a great time there, many times.

Of course, Moscow is slightly nuts. I've been in the store on the Tverskaya that a police officer walked into and started shooting people just because his girlfriend left him. And that's just one Moscow "news-item". 15 million people, one of the most expensive places to live in in the world in a city that used to be the bastion of're damm-straight something "weird" has to happen there on a regular basis :)

Le Palais Miramar et le Carlton Hotel

Le Palais Miramar et le Carlton Hotel

La Cote D'Azur, Cannes
The InterContinental Carlton is a 338-room luxury hotel built in 1909, located at 58 La Croisette in Cannes on the French Riviera and listed by the Government of France as a National Historic Building. During the Cannes Film Festival it is the most prestigious place to stay and the undisputed headquarters of motion picture industry deal-making.

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