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Dworaks on the Red Square

Dworaks on the Red Square

Client: Rupert, Alexandra, Victor and Jana Dworak
From: Vienna, Austria
Trip: Travel, 2.5 days in Moscow
Tour: The Red Square
Where: In front of St. Basil's cathedral
Date: May 4th, 2008

I was pleased to provide my services to this cheerful family from Austria for 2,5 days at the beginning of May. Alexandra and Rupert contacted with me about 3 weeks prior to their visit and asked me to come up with an interesting itinerary for them and their children Victor (13) and Jana (9) for their short stay in Moscow during the past spring holidays. It was very nice to work with them. They were happy to expirience Moscow, and they were very sociable and friendly. Even though Jana's English was not so good, she is learning very fast. And her mother translated my explanations about historical sites. Alexandra, who first requested my services at the beginning of April, is a graphic designer and spends much of her time at her home to keep an eye on her kids. But with the amazing new technologies of the 21st century like computers, Internet and mobile telecomms, she makes most of her job at home, which uses as her office too (by the way, my situation is the same - my home is my office :-)).

According their interests and my suggestions we were able to visit:

During the first 2 full days: the Red Square; Alexander Gardens; Moscow Metro; Izmailovo crafts market (twice, they liked the place and wanted to buy more Russian souvenirs); Old Arbat street; Moscow Kremlin grounds, cathedrals and Armory Chamber museum; fascinating ceremony of Guard Mounting in the Cathedral's Square; museum of Russian bells; ballet "Swan Lake" in Bolshoi Theater; Moscow by night tour.

On the last day we were very tired and we had only several hours for sightseeing before their flight back to Vienna, so we decided to take a boat (river cruise) from Kievsky railway station to the Moscow Kremlin and take some pictures near St. Basil's for our memories. This picture I took was several hours before their departure from Moscow.

The second half of this day was not lucky (or positive) for me or for my clients, because of an unexpected case which happened later. I posted this qiute long but intricate story in my hot news and you can read in 3 parts:

1. "A case with wrong parking (Part I)".
2. "A case with wrong parking (Part II)".
3. "A case with wrong parking (Part III)".

With BEST Regards,
Arthur Lookyanov
Private Guide & Personal Driver in Moscow
Photo Album of My Dear Clients
Last Edited: May 13th, 2008

Photo taken on 2008-05-04 at 14:08:04

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No photo available Pat Hartman
From: USA
Date: 2008-09-23 12:10:25

Arthur is phenomenal as a professional guide, interpreter and driver. He is so knowledgeable about all aspects of Russian history that he enriches every museum visit and city tour. My trip to Moscow was enjoyable every moment that I was there because of the careful planning and expertise of Arthur in ensuring that I saw all the important sights and events. In addition, Arthur is a very careful driver and will transport you to every corner of Moscow very easily! He was always punctual and met me at the airport when my flight came in and then also made sure that I was on time for my return flight.

I give Arthur my highest recommendation for his level of knowledge in Russian history, his kindness and thoroughness in every aspect of ensuring that everything proceeded smoothly throughout the trip, and his overall terrific abilities as a guide and driver! Arthur is also a very, very talented photographer and at the end of your trip, he gives you a photo CD with wonderful pictures as memories of your trip to Moscow. Arthur, thank you so much for making my trip to Moscow the best ever.