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... guess that's why she had so quickly snatched our wine menus off the table, too. The portion size allowed space for a (steeply priced) desert, which in the case of Mom's chocolate mouse was still a little bit too deeply frozen.
I think the Russian ladies at the next table over understood the concept of the restaurant better than us: wear your biggest hair, shortest skirt and highest heels - take lots of selfies with your (pretty) food - don't be too picky about culinary standards.
... them at there table and got drinking. We stayed here for a couple of hours before heading to a club. We got told about this club called Rock café. I couldn't get in because I was wearing jogging bottoms so them three went in whilst I ran back to the hostel to put on my jeans. Thankfully it didn't take me long to find them because this club was huge. We weren't allowed upstairs because we had our coats with us. Myself and Tom wanted to check it out so we left our coats ...
... architecture. On the streets, in the squares here is more music, more noise and more entertainment. For that reason, I don't like arriving to a new city on a week-end.
The KGB Building Museum opens at 11am and thanks to the newly-arrived tourists, the English tour of the KGB cellars was already sold out at 11:45am via on line ticket sales. Looking at the map it seemed much ...
... shop. All we really wanted was a snack and some caffeine.
We did wander around a little bit to look in a few shops. We even saw a cute brass band consisting of two trumpets, a sax, a euphonium, and a tuba playing modern music. Right after, the whole choir met in the park right across from the University building we'd be singing in for a sit-down and a bit of a warmup.
... and the suitcase is filled. To be fair, she also loads in a few of my things (my pharmaceutical supplies) as well. But with or without all our gear, those 87 steps give a tingle to the lungs, knees, hips, legs, etc.
THE CENTRAL MARKET
While I stayed behind (writing Travel Times), Darlene hit the Central Market. Her account and picture ...