K. Komil Bukhara Boutique Hotel
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Sat 13th:After a delicious early morning breakfast that included apple pancakes, Dalia met us at our hotel, and we ventured out to further explore the wonders of Bukhara. Our taste buds were further entertained by the exploits of the local bakers. The aroma of freshly baked bread wafted through the back alleys as we made our way towards Lyabi-Hauz square.
As we drifted through this peaceful plaza, adorned ...
... remaining, not with pools, but very hot & steamy inside, with scrub downs & massages available. I considered it, but in this climate, it seemed nuts to pay $25 for a sauna. Just walk outside at 3pm for free. The Ark was a walled city within a city for royals, dating back to the 5th century, until 1920 when it was bombed by the Russians. I'm pretty sure Genghis Kahn delivered a fair dose of damage to it as well. The wall was originally clay based, reconstructions were done ...
... crevice in each room. The only relief for the eyes is the grand reception room which is decorated in white with many mirrored tiles. Stories of the harem, which operated until the communist revolution, would not be out of place in Playboy magazine, although we are cynical about their veracity as we have seen a photo of the Emir in question. The guest house built to receive the Tzar in 1917 never saw its distinguished visitor. Again, the decor concentrates ...
... contains a small display about the sources of water for Bukhara.
Our next stop was one of my favorites: Bolo Hauz mosque. It is a beautiful old mosque, with a colonnade of wooden pillars that support a very high ceiling. Inside, the room is small, and the dome is being restored, but you can see how the dome will amplify the sense of god in that small space. The imam was very friendly and allowed Sue to take his picture, which was ...
... smaller, but still fairly new. We definitely saw more variety in women’s dress.
Arriving Bukhara, a little after 7pm, we circled the old town, previewing sites for tomorrow’s tour, then were driven through narrow alleyways to the hotel. The hotel (Kumin Guest House) is charming! It looks and feels like an old home, with wooden beams, plaster moldings, and many different courtyards. Our room is comfortable, clean, and cozy. I’m glad we’ll be here ...