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Hi guys,my name is Anna,I'm Italian and I'm studying foreign languages at the University of Padua. This is supposed to be my last year of studies,or so I hope,and I'm trying my best to finish asap,'coz it's really high time I were under way! I have many loves in my life,my Luv,my cats,books,violets and apples (but this is an old and long story to tell!). I don't want to bother you now,I'm going to tell you more in depht later! I'm waiting for you on my blog,read it,love it,hate it and feel free to leave any comments. This is the place I stay and it can be yours too!

Wednesday, October 7

Moscow

I came back from Russia more than a month ago and it took me a lot of time to write this post. For many reasons. Because I had to study for my exams in September, because I had too many things to tell that I didn't know where to start from, because I knew that in the very moment I began writing about it,I would feel terribly sad and miss Moscow like babies miss their mums. It was the first time I was far from home for so long and thought it would be hard to live without facilities, parents and friends..I say "thought",because it actually was omg so incredibly funny!!


On the way to Pushkin institute, here I established my first "contact" in Russia!


My first meal in Russia! It was a Bliny with mushroom and cheese,nothing special but for my hunger it was super!
Ok, my room wasn't exactly what you can call a pricess suite,but had a bed (actually,there were 5),a bathroom more lokely to be a dungheap than a real toilet for ladies, and lots of little paw-paw funny inhabitants. Tараканы,better known as beetles! They were everywhere: in the kitchen, in my room, in the corridor..it was impossible to feel alone in that place! I shared my room with other three girls from Italy,they were all nice and had lot of fun together,not only in the dormitory.

Yes,that was my room..I don't show you the bathroom,if one could ever call it so!

The landscape outside my window..not really what I'm used to see!
Life in Pushkin (that was the name of the college) was funny and lively: in the morning I attended the lessons (only when I woke up in time!) and in the afternoon..well,there were always lots of things to do! What would you do in a city like Moscow? For example you can take the tube and go to the downtown for a walk with friends in the GUM.

Or visit some museums and enjoy a cup of tea with a superb honey cake at Starbucks while it's raining and winter seems to have come back all of a sudden (on 15 August it was 9°!)

Or,if it's warm and sunny,you can go for a walk in one of the many beautiful parks (like Tsaritsino park for example!).


Ok,that's enough for today,I'll blog again tomorrow and more photos will come later!
See you all,hugs&love
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