I have never been in an entirely Russian Liturgy. The Liturgy I used to attend in Madrid was in Greek and Russian, alternating these two languages throughout its duration, adding Spanish at times. So, I more or less knew what came next. The couple of times I attended a Romanian Liturgy (apart from not being able to get there from the beginning), the chanting did not sound familiar, I could distinguish certain words but no part of the liturgy sounded remotely familiar and, crazy as it seems, I did not get to see any Eucharist taking place (and yes it was a Romanian Orthodox Liturgy). So, I felt completely lost. I found out there is a Romanian Liturgy at 55min. from where I live, I may have to try once more to see if I get it this time (again, they are borrowing a Catholic church for the services). It is not only the language that is the problem, it does not sound byzantine at all (despite my ignorance in general, I recognise from experience the melody that goes with the important passages in a Byzantine liturgy, and this is not the case here).