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Russian Open, July 21-22

 
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Alexander Smirnov (chezl)
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Joined: 18 Sep 2003
Posts: 141
Location: Moscow, -, Russia

PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2005 1:50 pm    Post subject: Russian Open, July 21-22 Reply with quote

The way we are looking at it is that flying from Canada/US to Russia may be cheaper than flying straight to Helsinki, Finland. Euros in Poland if you are going there are very close to Russia too.

Are you going to get another chance to get so close to our country soon? I don't think so! Than don't miss the chance to come and visit modern and very fastly developing city of Moscow together with historical Saint Petersburg - one of the most beautiful cities in the world!

The venue for the event is an extremely nice soccer stadium in the very center of the city.

Lodging of different levels starting from free stay at players' homes is available.

An on-line support web-page will come up soon.

For now, please, wright at chezl@mail.ru to register. Please, do it ASAP if you want to go. It's very critical for us to get ready for this.

The primary scedule is the following:

17 July - Euros are over

the gap between Russian Open is 2 days: Monday, 18th and Tuesday, 19th

Russian Open starts 20th of July, Wednesday when we have:

- one day clinics in Singles and Doubles Net with Mr. Andy Ronald

- peliminary freestyle and Net games in pools

- a night footbag party

July 21st, Thirsday:

- finals in Net and Freestyle

at night 12 o'clock leave for Saint Petersburg

July 22nd, Friday

7 o'clock in the morning arrive to Saint Petersburg

whole day sightseeing in Saint Pete

late night leave on a bus with Team Russia for Helsinki

July 23rd, Saturday

early morning: arrive at Helsinki

see ya all in Moscow

Sasha
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Chris Ott (chris)
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Joined: 16 Mar 2004
Posts: 34
Location: Santa Rosa, CA, USA

PostPosted: Wed Apr 27, 2005 3:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If we were to travel to Russia, what is the best way to fly from the US to Poland, Russia and Finland? Are we using Bus, Train or airplane. This triangle is hard to figure out. I have little knowledge of best way around Europe. I am finding flying to Helsinki, then jumping to Poland and back works. But the third city (Moscow) adds $'s quickly.
I would like to find a way to make it work.

Chris Ott
IFPA Marketing Director.
chris@footbag.org
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