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... in leaps and bounds...we already knew Pectopah meant Restaurant...though we had no idea how it was pronounced), a lady stopped to ask if we needed help - which left us all feeling warm and fuzzy in grey, wet Moscow. Muscovites aren't inherently smiley people...from the immigration officers (of the 6 of us, 2 got half smiles from them), and the general man on the street - random smiling (on our part) was met with icy stares...we very quickly stopped smiling randomly. ...
... It is like they are trying to expunge it from memory. I guess the wounds are still fresh. An exception is Lenin's tomb which many Moscovites want removed but others don't because it is effective at catching a lot of tourist rubles. We declined to visit Mr. Lenin's corpse. The post-communist focus of today seems to be on looking good in high heels and dreaming about being the one who gets the Ferrari. Human nature, isn't that great.
... going both times was heavy. We were on a 8 lane city street with hardly any traffic lights. No left turns! People making rights did it w/o stoping. Russians are very polite. Kathryn got offered a seat on both rides of the metro by young men. We felt very safe here. I am putting a few pictures here but most will be in the photo stream for you IPhone ...
... accomplish. Coline and Cecile had a sandwich and schwarma, respectively. We sat near the lookout point, enjoying our on-the-go lunch, and asking Victoria all the questions we had about Russian culture and history. She shared with us several stories about growing up under the communist regime and during the later part of the cold war. As a child she would have nightmares about the Americans dropping a nuclear bomb on them, which I found ironic given the number of American children ...
... things were filled with meat was going too far. So I ended up pointing on things, hoping that I would like it. Lucky me, my choices were great! I still do not know what was what – Manti, which are similar to Ravioli, is all I know and remember. What an adventure!
Yesterday evening we explored Moscow's metro. We heard from so many of our hosts that the stations are incredibly beautiful. The first challenge was getting a ticket... Luckily there was another passenger ...