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Ahh, the smoked fish. I think they were charging like 30 cents a fish, freshly caught and smoked while-u-wait. And damn, that's some of the best fish I've ever had.

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The whole Listvyanka thing was a set-up; they take you there, you buy some smoked fish, and spend hundreds of dollars on semi-precious stones carved into different shapes. Then you get back on the boat and head for home. Doesn't sound like much, but actually, we had a pretty good time.

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As it happens, there's one synagogue in town. And I couldn't get a good picture of it, so intead, I took a picture of the house next door, which looked kind of cool, in an interesting state of delapidation. But you can barely see the silver dome of the synagoge peeping over the roof.

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So we took Igor (the Jehovah's Witness who showed us around - he's the one in the tie) out to dinner at this really nice restaurant. Well, the service was slower than anything I've ever experienced, but I thought the food was pretty good, with a nice ambience.

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