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... stuffed cabbage (473kcal) instead of the pork knuckle (5300kcal). There was a chicken tabakha (2744kcal) which we thought would be 'Russian'...the waiter didn't speak much English - we asked how the chicken was cooked, he said haltingly, "In the fire." Eventually ascertained it was fried - he was most insulted when someone asked "Like KFC?" "No no NOT KFC." Anyway we ordered one to share (and hoped we were understood and that he didn't bring 4 servings!). It turned out to be ...
... for my liking. I don't think Russia quite knows how it feels about the whole Gulag issue ye t or how to deal with that side of its past. The museum was quite small and mainly contained personal items from inmates in various camps, almost all of whom survived. I didn't think the displays talked enough about the victims who didn't survive.
Leaving the museum, I made my way past the old Lubyanka prison (the old KGB headquarters) to get to Biblio Globus, a ...
... Russia lost 22 million people during the war, 14% of the population. It's such an astounding number I'm still having trouble processing it. By comparison, we lost .5M people, nearly all of them soldiers, and they represented .3% of the population. Russia lost over 6 million civilians alone to the war. It's hard to fathom that number of people and the grim conditions in the cities when there was no food and people turned to eating their family pets to stay alive.
... restaurant was dancing and Hunter was surely the only rooster in the yard. It was so hilarious and fun – we definitely made some great moves on these old trashy songs. What a fun night!
One and a half more days to go in Moscow... Stay tuned.
Sure, there had to be another wild story. Yesterday we were supposed to leave Moscow to fly via Munich to our final destination of the ATW80 programme - Sao Paulo. There was a pick-up arranged forus, so we just stepped in ...
Such a nice day! We went to the Anglican church. The service was okay--it was church. However, it was Queen Elizabeth's birthday. She's 87, bless her heart. So there were lots of prayers for her and happy good wishes.
After the service I met quite a few really nice people Marty has gotten to know. Two of them were young women living and teaching here. One, originally from Ohio, has lived all over the world after serving in the Peace Corps ...