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are dedicated to making Russia a bit more open to independent, inquisitive budget-minded
travellers I once was before turning into an old grouch fatally attached to my country
cottage, or "dacha", where the chair in front of the
fireplace is quickly becoming the center of my universe..
Business services such as translating, interpreting,
information searches etc. are also available to value- and quality-minded clients.
Please take a special
look at our Moscow accommodation pages.
Write me with all your
Russia-related concerns, whether private or related to business, ordinary or off-the-wall.
Chances are, I either have resources to meet your needs, or know someone who will.
email@example.com is best. If you
opt to telephone me at (+7-095) 959-3865/ in Moscow, or (+7-08263) 23036 in my Tver
backwoods hideout, please be aware that I dislike phone calls and in any case PLEASE
MIND THE TIME DIFFERENCE! You wake me up at 4am - and forget about any discounts
or preferred client status. In fact, you may forget about the client status period.
Another number is Olesya's mobile: (902) 117-1527. Same rule applies, except she is a late
riser, and receiving calls to the mobile costs an arm and a leg. S-mail in Russia is
Ovchinnikovskaya 8, apt. 508, Moscow 113035. I find old-time mail messages cute and quaint
and give them preferrential treatment...
RIDES AND TRAVEL IN THE VICINITY OF STARITSA, TVER REGION, BETWEEN MOSCOW AND ST.
Rural Russian travel
(mostly in Russian for now but I'll be happy to machine-translate materials on the
region that interest you - pv)
Featured Russian Travel Resource:
R U S S I A N V
I S A S
Having observed the
visa support market for several years I've taken my pick and am pleased to recommend
(mention me - uncle Pasha - and receive a small discount)
report on the Staritsa to Tver raft trip down the Volga river
Member of The Russian
This Russian Tourism
owned by Paul Voytinsky.
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(most sites are in Russian, you are welcomed to request an English resume as a part
of my free service to make Russia open and accessible)
Since Jan. 9, 2000
The Village of
Dubrovki on the Volga River. This picture is supposed to convey the sense of vast Russian
expanse, all-encompassing despair or whatever else you happen to expect.. Romashka
("Daisy"), one of our four all-terrain vehicles, is taking us to the town of
Staritsa 7 miles away. Winter 1999-2000