In Soviet times, Kozlov often visited Moscow, but he did not have his own apartment, so he had to live in hotels.
“It was easy to get a job – I was hooked by the fact that I was a connoisseur of the incredibly popular ChGK. But the main problem was not to check in, but that, according to Soviet rules, it was impossible to live in a hotel for more than 30 days, ”said the master.
Therefore, Kozlov had to constantly move from one hotel to another. As a result, he found a way out by settling in the Budapest Hotel on Petrovsky Lines Street. There, for one month he lived under his own name, and the next – under the name of his friend-colleague Koshkin.