Usual motif on this day is "passing through the fire" and I'd like to know how exactly Walpurga died. They don't tell you. Also, on the Hotel Safari was a giant picture of a naked woman and an exchortation to join their Walpurgis Revels - surprised how open they were about it.
It's also Mayday tomorrow, actually today and "nash prazdnik" or our holiday when all sorts of marches and festivities take place in Russia but for me it's a working day.
Thought for the day?
"Success is not the result of spontaneous combustion. You must first set yourself on fire.”
Anyone care to explain that one? And finally, some delightful people enjoying their festival.