My greatest pleasure in visiting this factory was when it was closed.
There was not a single person on the street, the gates to the courtyard were open, the samovar was still smoking, the brick path gleamed after the rain, it smelled deliciously of marshmallow. You are imbued with the spirit of this ancient city and place, transported 100 years ago.
When we came here the next day, the experience was completely different. Crowds of people, schoolchildren, a huge queue for an extremely expensive marshmallow - a small stick for 50 rubles. in short, generally a common tourist trap. You leave 500 - 600 rubles and move on. You can try ice cream, I liked the bread
There are no measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19: there is no thermometry at the entrance, the requirement to observe social distance is just ridiculous! A crowd of people in small, cramped rooms,
Wear a mask? Don't tell me, the staff is wearing Russian outfits that don't include a mask.
Hand antiseptics? Did not heard...
In general, there is a double impression…