We'll start our journey by walking along the lake. The fresh air is only 50 km from the capital. Sandy bottom and warm wind. There are convenient entrances by car.
We have breakfast in a restaurant on the bank of Chernogolovka river. The unobtrusive sounds of the piano are delivered. Fans of seafood will experience pleasure in this institution. Interesting serving of dishes and light atmosphere.
A modest, empty museum: the writer's work book, a collection of vinyl records, several stands with photos of different years. A suitcase with oranges and port "777", as if asking: how else could one write "Moscow-Chettoes"?
Café on the way. Serves fast, large portions. Homely atmosphere.
It is very interesting to come to Suzdal in March, when a week-long festival of Russian animation is held in the local house of culture. But even at any other time of year it is not empty! To climb the Kremlin ramparts, to see the endless expanses around the host, tiny city. The oldest Christmas Cathedral, built by Byzantine craftsmen. Maximum concentration of monasteries and churches. Suzdal is hospitable!
Laconic interior, simple menu. Burgers, salads and coffee. Service is quick and polite.
Gorokhovets has not lost its original atmosphere. Shorin's house with fanciful glazing, smooth window lines and, of course, high towers at the ends. Walk along the evening Lenin Street, looking at the wooden Art Nouveau in the dim light of the lanterns.
In the morning we will deepen into the architecture of Gorokhovts, and in the afternoon we will explore the contemporary art of Nizhny Novgorod.