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) and went to their information on visas, they state they you HAVE to use a visa processing company and gave 3 that could be used.
I briefly looked at the websites and picked the one that looked most user-friendly and that was Travisa. It’s basically the only small phrasebook available. P I thought it focused far too much on very specific phrases that we would NEVER use in casual tourism, and far too little on realistic phrases we could have used (like how to order a coffee with cream, how to get your blini “to go”, how to ask for the check or a water with “no gas”).
I used their website, but since I didn’t know our arrival terminal I also emailed them and they made the necessary changes to the reservation.
Boy, I wouldn’t suggest the subway on arrival after a transatlantic flight with luggage.
The combination of long walks through metro stations and many stairs and having to figure out the metro map in the Cyrillic language immediately upon arrival wouldn’t be fun at all.
) Everything Flows by Vasily Grossman (about the gulag system…of…the mentality that allowed it) City of Thieves by David Benioff (set during the Siege of Leningrad) The Siege by Helen Dunmore (also about the Siege of Leningrad, but TOTALLY different) And over the years I have read Dostoyevsky, Turgenev, Chekhov, Tolstoy…..
For just purely fun fiction set in Russia that gave a sense of the place and time, we read (besides oodles of spy thrillers over the years)…