Which is pretty damn impressive for a free tour that only involves paying a tip (If you want more tours Airat
's company does the Kremlin and the Metro at a very reasonable 24 euros a pop).
It's undeniably a very expensive city but Airat
and his colleagues give excellent insider tips on where to eat (Mu-Mu, Elki-Palki and Grabli for value and Cafe Pushkin for a splurge), where to shop (Izmailovsky flea market near the Partizanskaya Metro station) and nice districts for nightlife (Kitay Gorod and Chistye Prudy).
is also a mine of information on cheaper places to eat, bars and clubs in an expensive city.
At Akinbade village, a woman, Mrs Airat
Salami, said all she could remember about the project was the time construction workers were measuring lands, telling them that work would soon start on the Ibadan-Ijebu Igbo road.
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