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I think your video is a little misleading, I've been to Russia dozens of times, mostly to Saint Petersburg and it seems to me that most people live in apartments that are in really bad shape, probably the same kind of building and square meters as yours but not maintained at all. Most people don't have money to renovate them.
ah the cat is what my family loves and they think, I came t0 know borscht in Berlin which is great soup but unavailable in America as is Oxenschanzezoup which has gone out of style in Germany as well. Gas stove in kitchen
I have stayed in such places in Russia, to say that this is not real Russia is not true but I will say that such an apartment in such a great location would not be cheap. So while her life is true it is not common. The first time I visited I insisted on living a common lifestyle, I took third class train compartments, used the crowed vans with no leg room and the very crowded subways. I ate at simple cafes and spent no more than $5USD for a meal. All this to me is how most Russians live and I learned a lot. My time was not glamorous but I did see over a dozen cities in Russia and Crimea. Maybe she could do a follow up of a more modest lifestyle.
. You are a city dweller. I would like to see how your country folks live. Good video though. I wonder if city folks and country folks are similar to USA. Country folks tend to be much more religious in the USA. Same for Russians?
Cute video although not sure how typically Russian the clips should be considered. The people can be great like people everywhere but the country is run by a thug and murderer so much in common with the US from that standpoint.
It's a difficult question. I think that if you avoid talking about gay rights with strangers on the streets or with drunk people somewhere in bars at night, you will be completely safe. We have a law prohibiting the propaganda of homosexuality to young children, but this does not mean that you will go to prison just because of your sexual orientation, we have many actors, singers and even politicians who do not really try to hide their orientation. Of course, we have aggressive homophobes, probably as in any country, but their minority, especially in the central regions and among the younger generation. I can only advise to avoid Muslim areas of Russia, such as the North Caucasus, Dagestan and Chechnya, Muslims in any country are not very good attitude towards gays.
I have met many Russian people in the US, and I never met one who I didn't like. Russians here are friendly and fun. I believe the reality is most people get along regardless of origin, and only the media tends to exaggerate the minuscule negativity that exists in the world in order to feed their own circulation. I would love to visit Russia sometime during my life to meet the people in their own motherland.
The more travel videos I watch the less incentive I find in traveling. Many places seem filthy to be honest, what is on the menu of restaurants is really trivial and uninteresting to me I really couldn't care as long as the food is edible and I'm not intollerant or allergic to it; and as far as sight-seeing well I just consider it a waste of time and money.
What I also notice is people are people everywhere; good and bad and for the most part pretty ignorant.
The reason I would travel is as a quest to learn something useful from that people. For that I need to live and study there and I need to know WHAT exactly I'm going to study. This is important, because I bet you anything you want their best knowledge that which gives their country a competitive advantage, should they have any, they will not teach you. For Americans it's top administrative skills and processes (No, they won't teach foreigners their best stuff), for Russians their military tactics and some trade secrets in ordinary jobs like plumbing and electricity (I don't think they'll teach you that as a foreigner). So, that may also defeat the purpose of travel, I'm sorry to say. The motive needs to be very specific for me.
Women? Well, aside form sex tourism if you're not getting any where you live you probably won't get any (outside of sex tourism) elsewhere. There are exceptions, of course, but the rule is pretty consistent.
1:44 > I love this place, the capital of Russia is gonna be here
That's not true, St.Petersburg was built on Swedish city Nyen (Nyenstadt). 5000 Swedish people were murdered and their homes were taken by Peter's gang. But thanks for the fairytale.
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Russia is a shit hole most of the apartments in Moscow or horrible Soviet union leftovers they smell the elevators are always broke and the buildings is just falling apart, in Yekaterinburg The heat gets turned off at night they lose Internet every for five days the plumbing doesn't work most months it breaks down just a Third World country with Internet sometimes
The deep state uses Russia to keep our focus off China. Trump and Putin know this. Google, Hollywood, and much of Globalism is run by China. Elitist pedophiles are in charge. Putin and Trump are the good guys.
Great video. I am fortunate, as an American, to be married to a Russian (originally from near Kazan). The experience has been amazing, and we are shortly moving to Russia for a few years to spend time with her side of the family. People ask me all the time what Russian food is like, and I tell them that they have probably been eating the same things in America without realizing it. And yes, soup is in the soul of the country (we eat soup at least 3-4 days a week). Apartments in Russia are much better constructed than in America (you don't hear your neighbor use his toilet at 2 o'clock in the morning!). And Marina is correct about the metro train stations...they are complete works of art. I drove my wife crazy wanting to spend time photographing the various train stations in Moscow. I could spend a week just traveling the metro for photographic opportunities. Thanks for the video!
You seem like a very lovely woman. I don't like how the American culture has influenced women to have not so pleasant morals and ethics. But there is something about Russian or Ukrainian women that seem more peacefully contempt.
While I prefer Amercian living spaces, apartments, condos, homes etc. I do love the traditional touches like the tile in the bathrooms that are such an expression of the culture. St Petersburg, the city and the people, are so beautiful and amazing it brings tears to my eyes. While there are many places and people in Russia that are beautiful, for me it is St Petersburg, nowhere else is the same.
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