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My name is Nina. I am an elegant, sophisticated Russian girl living in a metropolis, and I believe big cities are good for business. I was born in the ultimate metropolis of Moscow. I love this city, especially when it full of tourists bustling around. The city center of Moscow is alive and buzzing through the day and the night and this legacy makes the citizens different from other people. High rise apartment jungles may look nice for young couples, classical Russian buildings may look nice for older people. If, one day, my friend will be interested in a small sight-seeing tour, then I would love to take and show him a bit of my Moscow and I would start it in Red square of the city with it's splendid view of the Kremlin and St. Basil's Cathedral. Together we will visit GUM, the biggest and one of the most famous department stores in the world not far from Red square, with it's unique atmosphere. When we are there, we will taste and share their delicious ice-cream. We can also visit lot's of small shops not far from the center, all with prices within the reach of typical Moscovites. Then I will escort my guest for a romantic walk along the river embankment, and not far from the World famous Raddison Royal hotel, where we can sit back and relax closely together on a luxury boat trip to enjoy awe-inspiring views of Moscow from the perspective of the water, especially as the sunsets. Overall, on no occasion will I let my friend miss the opportunity to take in the most famous sight city sights.
A small interesting story from my childhood. I remember the day when I went to school for the first time. I was about seven years old by that time. To my delight the color of the uniform was very girlish with very white collar. I felt sheepishly when I first met my classmates. To my relief my teacher was very kind to me and she admitted that my dress was distinctly different from other girls dresses. I could hardly contain my excitments when my classmates were gawping at me. This is a very "moving" story, isn't it?
About my visit to Moscow restaurant
By the way I want to say some words about my recent visit to one of the Moscow restaurants.
On our fisrt date, my encounter friend took me to a really posh restaurant. Clearly wanting to impress me. I wore a beautiful silk shirt with a delicate floral pattern. A stunning new pair of elegant shoes covered in gold.
This restaurant has a cross between Chinese and Europian food. To get to this place you have to go up beautiful marble stairs. Behind the big glass doors you are welcomed by the staff. I am romantic that's why I like to have dinner by the light of small twinkling candles. At first we ordered a bottle of ice cold water and with some fresh mint leaves and a slice of lemon and delicate dry white wine. For starters we had crunchy small soft octupus with creamy souce in a small ceramic bowl. You can soak up the souce with octopus and it is very delicious. The next dish was warm square pieces of eggplants with sweet spicy souce the main dish we canceled because we were full and hot by that moment so instead of a main dish we ordered a succulent cold watermelon. We went to his hotel's room quickly where we had a passionate night. A strong wake me up Italian espresso and a slice of delicious home - made apple pie cheered me up next morning. My friend left but we had a great romantic time together. Hope, we will meet soon.
By the way, this restaurant offers a lot of game fish. Here is an incomplete list of the varieties: sea bass, silver and speckled trout, pike, flounder, croaker, mullet, perch, catfish, gar, and tarpon (sometimes called the silver king). Oysters, shrimps and shellfish abound. I recommend this pleasant place in Moscow to all couples in love.