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... we briefly visited, yet I saw nothing of any real difference from poorer areas of London.
Queues mean nothing here. Leave the tiniest space in front of you and vush someone is in it. This, I decided, is the 'penguin effect' of the long, cold winters that makes the Moscovites happy to be very close to each other. Some were abrupt with no smiles, others were extremely friendly and helpful. ...
... br> We thanked him profusely and bade our farewells, and were about to depart when Eugene very seriously asked us if we would like to visit him and Irina for tea one night at their house in Moscow. We are very private people when we travel and would not normally have accepted this generous invitation. But there was something so sincere and engaging about our newly found friend that we surprisingly found ourselves saying in unison "Oh yes, that we would be lovely. Thank you ...
... to be short lived.
My train tickets were nowhere to be seen.
They were supposed to have been be delivered to the hotel today (I was assured they would be waiting for me).
The Moscow train agency office had closed at 6pm and the 24hr emergency number was an answer machine !!!!
And my train is due to leave at 7am in the morning.
Looks like the train will be leaving without me ...
We passed through several locks during the night & 2 this morning. Talk on modern Russia- very interesting. Then cooking class on Blini (Russian pancakes) & Pelmini mince filled miniature pancake mixture. The weather - waves are to rough/high for us to be allowed to cross the Lake Onega so we are stationary till this pm when we will do a tour of a ...
... delights with - like nuts wrapped in glazed figs & ?apricot, & baclavat even though I always thought it was a Greek sweet. A very nice meal was enjoyed for our 1st night in Russia. A far cry from when Robynne & I were here 36 yrs ago. When our guide sold jeans (which we all brought in through our suitcases) to buy our meals @ restaurants. Cold showers in amenities blocks with no doors Bed time was 7:40pm for 2 weary ...