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... or florists. Not so. They were common or garden gardeners.... but very keen ones, all 10 of them :-) But they were both well organised and well connected. And they subsequently published my whole presentation on their web site. This was obviously copied from our memory stick and I think published to get the drop on the other Moscow club where I will be speaking today. Politics! And now we await our Journalist friend Elena Tsoy who will take us to the "real" Moscow ...
... and for hours he talked to us about how "back in Soviet Union, there were no drugs, everyone had somewhere to live, everyone had job", but that "now, much drugs, much prostitution, very bad". We learned thoughout the day that he was a lecturer at a university, and he was really very nice, even if a little obsessed with the good ole days. During the day we stopped at a station that had Babushkas, from which we bought a potato pancake, a cooked cold sausage, a cottage cheese filled crepe, and ...
... that spans the Moscow canal and is a short walk from Red Square. To get there we walked across the River. Not literally, of course although in minus 20°C this was very doable!!. No, we walked across the bridge spanning the river and then along side the canal until we came to a small green park known as Bolotnaya Ploschad. Here we were met by an army of snowmen; one standing guard by each bench. Luzhkov Bridge is adjacent to this park. It was impossible to miss as, ...
... with his group and after some loud
russian talk the asian man gave the water back. When they returned he
said something but laughed so I guess he wasn't too angry. Only then
did Paul decide to return and we decided to move outside now it
wasn't raining. It meant sitting on a hard wall and waiting but it
felt better then being next to the large group of men! Time passed
quickly though and soon our train arrived and we were excitingly one