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Nearby monument to St. Sergius

Nearby monument to St. Sergius

Client: Marie Sullivan, Nan & Susan
From: USA
Trip: Travel to Moscow & St. Petersburg, Russia
Tour: Tour to Sergiev Posad
Where: Near the walls of famous monastery
Date: September 20, 2006

Marie contacted with me 1.5 month before their trip to Russia and asked for my services in Moscow as a guide and driver, because of her step mother, Nan, had a dream to go to Russia long time ago, and they decided to help her with that. Nan was 85 years old and didn't move fast, so that transportation in this case was very important. Because of I had already experience to rent wheel chairs for my clients, I suggested rent a wheel chair for Marie's step mother too. My new client, Nan, was very sweet old lady and had not used a wheel chair before, only she used a cane a little, but the wheel chair helped her a lot, where was a lot of walking involved in visiting tourist’s sites. Most of the time I had been with her and it allowed Marie and her sister Susan to see more interesting things. Of course, Nan was able to see more interesting sites too, because of my help with transportation by car & wheel chair. Imagine, we even were able with Nan to see a huge State Tretyakov Gallery of Russian art!

From my heart I would like to wish for Nan and her daughters strong health!

With BEST Regards,
Arthur Lookianov
Personal Guide & Driver in Moscow
Nov 18th, 2006

Photo taken on 2006-09-20 at 10:33:38

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No photo available David Dinkel
From: Pittsburgh, PA USA
Date: 2008-09-03 14:03:36

I contacted Arthur as recommended by a user on the Lonely Planet Thorntree forum. My nephew and I had a 9 hour layover at Moscow's Sheremetyevo 2 airport while traveling from a primary vacation in the Middle East. We preferred to tour Moscow rather than sit at the airport for 9 hours. I arranged for Arthur to pick me up at the airport and provide a quick tour of the major attractions. I realized this was risky given Moscow's notorious traffic problems. Our flight landed an hour late in Moscow. I called Arthur while still on the plane on the runway ready to cancel the arrangements because of the late arrival. However, he convinced me that we still had enough time. He took back roads into Moscow to avoid the horrendous freeway traffic and was still able to provide us with a two hour + walking tour of the Red Square/Kremlin area with a quick Metro tour thrown in. Arthur definitely knows the city well--both from a historical and navigational standpoint. I am glad he convinced me to leave the airport--the short tour was definitely a highlight of our week. I would definitely use him again and would highly recommend him to anyone looking for a driver and/or tour guide in Moscow.