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Ludmila Slezinger: Great Chefs of Boston Series
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You are looking for a caching log inside a matryoshka, which is inside a matryoshka, which is inside a matryoshka, which is inside a matryoshka, which is inside a matryoshka, which is inside a matryoshka, which is camoed and hidden. BYOP and use your geosense since the GPS will be bouncing.
In 1993, Ludmila and Natan Slezinger opened Cafe St. Petersburg in Brookline. Having learned many of her specialties from her mother-in-law Galina Zelenskaya, Slezinger began creating the classical Russian experience. In 2006, the Slezingers moved Cafe St. Petersburg to Newton, expanding the size, allowing space for Russian entertainment on some evenings, and adding a gorgeous bar serving flavor infused vodkas [the C.O. would advise against drinking too much of the garlic infused vodka though].
I just returned from St. Petersburg, Russia with a matryoshka I picked up specifically for this cache. I grabbed a cache in St. Petersburg in the morning and one in Newton that evening, eight time zones and 4000 miles away. And then off I went to hide my matryoshka. Будем здоровы
Last Updated: on 1/16/2018 7:08:37 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (3:08 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum