The person who referred me is Russian himself and while I trust him, he's from there so he may be naturally biased Thanks, Sam.
*** I should note, I know there's a sub forum called 'Rostov' but I am unsure if that is referring to the city north of Moscow or Rostov on don in Southern Russia Just wanted to avoid the flames Rostov on Don is a nice city, but I wouldn't make any plans sight-unseen.
During that time another independent city was developing near Rostov-on-Don.
One can go on an interesting trip to Taganrog by passenger-carrying hydrofoil boat. Nowadays Rostov-on-Don is one of the biggest and most wonderful cities in the south of Russia.
My associations with Rostov-on-Don (900km south-east from Moscow? **I recall staying in a hotel - that presented itself as one of the best ones in town - where prostitution trade was happening right under my door. Driving style in Russia is bad but the worse I've ever seen here was in Rostov. I got pushed aside into a pile of dirty snow buy a trolley bus. Unless I was looking for the quintessence of Russia.
Dating Russian women have become very popular in last several decades. Russian ladies are very attractive, sensible, and attentive; and what really matters, family values come first in their upbringing.
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The happiness with a Russian lady in a marriage is beyond compare.That isn't to say that can't be a lot of fun though. Petersburg are capitals and they each have their own specific feel. ** One of the things that come to mind is an American who got arrested for using a GPS device. ** Around 2005 I had to go there to poke my nose into a highly unpleasant but typically Russian situation when a Russian relative of an American was put in jail before the court because of her intention to leave Russia. **A story of two jerks tying a goat to a parachute with a motor and sending it flying across the Don comes to mind.They're worlds apart from all other Russian cities. I was on the plane with a bunch of journalists going there in connection with this incident. I guess that was the job when I lost my last illusions about the nature of this country. ** Oh, my very first impression of Rostov was what most stray dogs have three legs.In 1756, the "Russian commercial and trading company of Constantinople" was founded at the "merchants' settlement" (Kupecheskaya Sloboda) on the high bank of the Don.Towards the end of the eighteenth century, with the incorporation of previously Ottoman Black Sea territories into the Russian Empire, the settlement lost much of its militarily strategic importance as a frontier post.