mere $40 input into my household economy will convince me to overcome my distaste for
driving and actually go to the airport myself and stand there in a smoke-filled
Mafia-infested hall with a silly little sign with your name or my froggy loggo on it.
This service is highly recommended if you are here
for the first time.
I invite you to discuss your plans on our
way from Sheremetyevo to your destination. Traffic situation permitting, we can also do a
brief overview tour of central Moscow.
Train station pickup is $30.
If you prefer to get to your destination on your
own, I can send you instructions on how to get there from the airport by public transit.
That's not that difficult actually, and one out of two traveller makes this trip it with
no ill-adventures whatsoever.
PS. I've received comments to the effect that my
airport pickup service is overpriced. Unfortunately, I am not able to avail my time for
less than the indicated amount, but you may wish to call Moscow Taxi at (+7-095) 927-0000,
128-5957, 128-9477 or 128-7763. Also there is a crowd of aiport drivers waiting for you.
PPS. I've received verbal abuse for not being
able to offer Sheremetyevo to Vnukovo rides (100-120km and 5-6 hours of driving and
waiitng time) for $40US. If someone tells me how I can sell my time for that little and
still keep my operation afloat I'd be eternally grateful.
PPS. Since writing the above I've seen several
cases of people who attempt to save on airport pickup ending up lost, having money
extorted by punks, and in other ways starting their Moscow trip on a very wrong note. I am
thinking of making airport pickup a mandatory part of my services. Maybe instead of the
weekly discounts on accommodation I should offer free rides? Any other ideas on how I can convince you to
use this service?