We start the morning in a chamber coffee house with a minimalist design and excellent cuisine. The menu here, by the way, is not only about coffee, but even about soups, salads and pasta. Desserts and pastries are made right on the spot. There are vegan positions. Important: we recommend ordering something with you as lunch. We will reach the next restaurant a little later than usual.
Let's continue our walk around the Eagle. The first stop is on the Square of Arts, where you can catch N.S. Leskov on the sofa surrounded by the heroes of his works. The informed viewer will recognize Levsha, an enchanted traveler, Katenka Izmailova, a stupid artist and three preachers from the novel "The Soborians".
Speaking of N.S. Leskov, let's go on a tour of his house. By the way, this is the only literary museum in our country dedicated to the wonderful Russian writer. The museum occupies a mansion built in 1874 on the site of the Leskovs family estate that used to be located here. We can see the writer's personal belongings, his furniture, books from the memorial library, photographs of his family. Important: the museum is not open on Fridays. Details of the organization of the excursion specify by phone number specified [on the official site of the museum](http://www.leskov.org.ru).
From Leskov's house we will move to the estate of Turgenev's mother, located 70 km from the Eagle. Ivan Turgenev's "Native Nest", where he was born, spent his childhood and youth. Here the writer wrote "Fathers and Children", "Noble Nest" and "On the Eve". Important: you can order the tour by phone indicated [on the official website of the museum](http://spasskoye-lutovinovo.ru/).
We're going back to Moscow. On the way, we'll wrap up in Tula to eat multicolored dumplings with a variety of fillings.
Let's stop on the Sobornaya Hill to admire Moscow Region Serpukhov in all its glory, and break with new strength to the capital. It's just a little bit left.