Courtyard by Marriott Kazan Kremlin
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... the park and returned home.
Monday we had our first day of classes. I have safely concluded that I have the worst Russian in the program. I keep telling myself that means I have the most room to improve, but getting myself to believe that is another challenge. Class is exhausting in every way imaginable. Hopefully I have a more optimistic, positive update for you next time... After class on Monday, two girls from my class and I went to this pizza restaurant right across ...
... br> 4. Russian women pose for pictures like every picture is their high school senior photo shoot or some sort of glamour shot. It is really funny to watch and just looks ridiculous to Kristen and I. They flip their hair to and fro, put their feet just right, thrust a shoulder forward, etc...
That is all for now. There were some better T-shirts we couldn't think of.
Until next time....
... in the same compartment,
but seeing as it’s all open anyway, he was just in the next one, so that wasn’t
a problem at all.
While I sat down and had a bunch of surly looking faces looking at me,
Sean had gathered a group of Russians around him, who were firing questions at
a rapid rate. Sean clearly is a hit with the locals where ever we go! One of
them gave Sean a game to solve (similar to a rubix cube) and once they ...
... country, well not officially but it thinks of itself as a Republic. The food arrived, it was a meat stock brother – tasted like hot water with half a stock cube – accompanied by two triangular pastries filled with mince meat and tiny cubed potato – not bad but the pastry was too thick and on the sweet side. For dessert we decided to try a range of traditional sweet things. First was a Yak Yak (pronounced Chak Chak) it looked like a rice ...
... a good night all in all though! Today we headed out to one of ten monastaries in the Kazan area. It was about 30km out of Kazan, and apparently the best one to visit as it is a working monastery that you can visit. It was in the middle of the forest, ok to look at, but with some good ice sculptures out on the lake infront of it, which were quite impressive. Inside were 2 cathedrals, in a similar vein to the ones we looked round yesterday with lavish decorations ...