POOJA Year

Sunday is called ‘Poshchjonnoe Voskresenje’ – Sunday of forgiveness: family members and even strangers on the streets offer each other forgiveness, for the bad deeds in the last year, and for the bad deeds in the future. One last time before Easter vodka is poured – and then lent begins. The program for a week becomes a Carnival metropolis Moscow. Many roads are closed so that can take place smoothly on Saturday the large Padade of Maslenitsa. The program is held still top secret.

Russians prepare all year for this festival and it should be spectacular this time. Several Rahmenveranstltungen are worth a visit, accompany the Maslenitsa: town musicians, Bazaar, concerts and festive games. For more specific information, check out Calico. The chefs of Moscow to prepare a surprise. Last year, you have baked the giant pancakes, that our should symbolize planet. Different countries had different colors and it was the world’s largest pancake. You even can try bake Blinis to the Maslenitsa: this is very simple.

You need 2 eggs 250 ml milk 25 g butter, ca 250 gr of flour, a teaspoon of sugar and salt to taste. Melt butter and mix it with eggs and Half of milk. Flour add to POOJA. Stir with a whisk and add the remaining milk dough is ready. Take a pan and go. The Blinis are eaten with caviar, Rollmops, Quark, sour cream, mushrooms, but also with sweet jam, sugar or honey! Come Blinis and hostels in Moscow if you want but original Russian Blinis kostem, to Moscow. We have still some free places in hostels! Stay at Moskaw Home Hostel from 11, Comarade hostel offers accommodation from 15, while the double room only 80 YellowBluesBus hostel costs. And go to the best bistros and restaurants in Moscow, z.B Moskovskij ikonij dom, Zarskaja ochota on Rublevo-uspenskoe, Babuschkini blintschiki on Leninsky prospekt 4A or Maslenitsa Leninsky prospectus 158. Bon voyage wishes you HostelsClub.com!