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... in a deal brokered by the EU.
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Well Moscow was a little easier second time around, even arriving in chaos of rush hour and negotiating the crowds on the metro and streets to my next hotel was OK, a quick visit to a supermarket for some supplies and finally found a bottle of "Stoli" and a snip at less than £7 a litre. I spent the next day and a half taking in few more sights including a ...
... eggs, not to mention all the other Faberge items.
Downstairs, there were Royal Carriages dating back to the 1600's.
Strange how they managed to travel so many miles in them.
One of the coaches was a snow coach used in the winter and pulled by horses.
One of the journeys was from St Petersburg to Moscow (600km), imagine how long that took !
What an amazing museum.
I then headed for the rest of the Kremlin, which was a ...
The streets were filled with black, Mercedes Benz taxicabs. We were told not to take any taxi that didn't have the taxi company logo plastered all over the side of the car. One day we learned why.
This black Mercedes pulled up to the curb in front of us. I watched the driver get out and open the trunk. He pulled out ...
... making vegetable dumplings with the owner lady. There is an art to making different shapes, and I was all thumbs… But the finished dumplings were divine, steamed for our supper. We spent the 3rd day in Mongolia at the Hustai Nurwuu National Park - 100kms west of UB. This park is home to the endangered Przewalski horses (called Takhi locally). They are much lighter in colour than the local horses……but otherwise not too ...