I live in Amsterdam and my mom in Volgograd. From 23d of February to 6th of March she is gonna visit me here and I wonder if someone likes to visit Volgograd and stay in the authentic house. There is a suburban train 15 minutes from the house, it will bring you in 22 minutes to the city centre. There are also a lot of shops and malls around, where you can walk or take taxi paying just $2. If you go 16 km to the South you find my favorite part of the city, Sarepta, with its classic German architecture and traditional German mustard priduction, Lutheran church and German library. That's the only part of the city which wasn't demolished during the II world war. Walking in the direction of the railway you find the biggest European river Volga which is gonna be covered with ice during your visit, if you take a risk to cross it, you are at the biggest European river island Sarpa. Our cat is 7 yo, his name is Vova. He is very lovely but unfortunately sometimes he forgets his toilet's location. When you leave the house you can lock him in the lavatory, but he might like to go to the bed with you. The do is also very lovely, her name is Margo, she was taken from the street, we assume that she is 3 yo. Don't lock her together with the cat leving the house, they love each other, but the cat might appreciate his borders sometimes.