City beach. It's nice and deserted in the early morning. Loose benches under umbrellas, cafes not yet open. The calmness of the water.
Hills, fields, lonely and low spruces. Go to the peasant's hut of Sergey Esenin, where the interior of that time is carefully preserved. Photos of the writer's family, a samovar and a Russian stove. Come down to the pier, have a rest on the bank of the Oka, say hello to Ryazan province.
English pub in the center of Ryazan. Atmosphere of partying and youth. Young, sociable waiters. Big portions, be careful!
We will visit the pre-revolutionary wooden house in the center of the city, where I was born. P. Pavlov. Pleasant yard: bath, sleds and camomiles. There's a piano in the house, candlesticks, a round table. In front of the beautiful wooden building, which turned out to be a scientific center for research and promotion of Pavlovsk legacy! The museum is closed on Mondays.
Opposite the Philharmonic is practically the Tretyakov Gallery, only in Ryazan scale. Spacious halls and they are all the same: Aivazovsky, Repin, Serov, Shishkin. You can also meet the European art of the XV-XX centuries.
It's always a pleasure to see the experience of capitals adopted by small cities. Cinema in the city center in the open air. On the territory are held sports activities, yoga, workshops, bicycle rental, there is even a climbing wall. You can just work at a laptop, lying in a hammock. Alcohol-free zone. The space is open from early May to the end of summer inclusive.
Evening walk in the historic city center. Street musicians blend in well with the cathedrals built in the XV century. Interesting geometry of the Spassky Monastery and a great view of the tiny pier on the Trubezh River.
Vietnamese cuisine. Pancakes with seafood and mushrooms, and small tidy houses and leisurely life outside. Mango cocktails and time to go to the hotel.