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Re: OFF OFF TOPIC: Baker street, Moscow and born in U.S.S.R - (repl

From: Ari D Kaplan <>
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 18:55:11 -0500 (CDT)
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OK Alex,

Recently I've been staying at the Grand Hotel Marriott on Tverskaya. Bill Clinton and Hillary and Albright and about 200 staffers took over the hotel during their meetings with Putin, so I had to move to the Tverskaya-Yamskaya Marriott (near Belyaruskaya Metro).

Other times I've been at the famous Slavyanskaya, and the Swiss Diamond (formerly Belgrade) near the old Arbat. For you listers out there who have never been to Moscow, this is a great street with performers, Pushkin's house, food, and even biker bars!

I do have friends who live in cooler places, such as Novy Arbat.

Take care,


On Mon, 12 Jun 2000, Afanassiev, Alex wrote:

> Thanks got I made it.
> The 555 messages (two lists) have been successfully read and deleted (Monday
> was a public Holiday in Melbourne)
> I still have got a 'Delete' button but is actually 'elete' now as 'D' has
> gone.
> No complains. As usual the threads are very cool.
> I bet that George lives in the building 11 and Ari somewhere in Kutozovski
> prospect
> Just my 2 kopecks:
> People ! Let's replay directly to Deepak. He got the list and he promised to
> compile it and send us when it is ready !
> Please no offence, no holy wars (any comments or jokes - please reply me
> personally).
> Currently in Melbourne, proudly born and brought up in the U.S.S.R (Moscow)
> With regards
> Alex Afanassiev
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