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... into the change room....
So this went on for about an hour and a half and it was actually quite enjoyable. Not sure how hygienic it all was but definitely a good experience. Could imagine doing it in the middle of winter when it's minus 35 to get your heart racing. Ilya told me that it's more for older blokes as the young uns have moved on from these practices. It's certainly a good way to chat with your friends and neighbours.
... that are talented as musicians and singers. For kids that are not in the neighborhood, it also is a boarding school. Grand circle makes donation an encourages passengers to do the same. I have included a video clip and a pic. We went to a 3rd grade class where they performed and ask us questions. We also got to ask them question. One 3rd grader wanted to know if we had milk with our ...
After wandering around Yaroslav's court, I went and grabbed a quick bite for lunch, I jumped on a boat for a cruise down the Volkhov River. 400 roubles for 2 hours. The scenery was beautiful. We passed Gorodische, the stronghold where Rurik, the first Varangian Ruler supposedly ruled from. On the opposite bank was Yuriev monastery, very old and very beautiful. The boat got to the entrance to Lake Ilmen but sadly turned around. The Volkhov and ...
... in some breeze and discussed the behaviour of the drunk guy on the bus, and the blossoming relationship between the 17 year old and his tour guide. When told we had free time, we went and got lunch, which took 3 hours, but the service was almost friendly and everyone enjoyed the ice cream creations.
It was then off to the hotel for some dinner (which none of us really needed) and getting ready for the overnight ...
... and is absolutely beautiful inside.
The second day we went to St. George’s Monastery, which was founded in 1030 by Yaroslav the Wise and still a working monastery. It also had a beautiful church. We then went to the Open Air Museum of Wooden Architecture, which is a collection of churches and houses and other buildings brought from areas around Novgorod. One could go into some of the houses and they had set it up so it would be like when people lived in them. ...