K. Komil Bukhara Boutique Hotel

40 Barakiyon St., Bukhara, 705018, Uzbekistan | B&B
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This B&B, located on 40 Barakiyon St., Bukhara, is near Chor-Minor, Ismail Samanid Mausoleum, Afrasiab, and Mir-i Arab Madrasah.
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    Travel Blogs from Bukhara

    Bukhara, known as a pillar of Islam

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment

    ... UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">* Khiva is famous for its distinctive minarets. They are gorgeous, amongst the loveliest we have seen. And by now we have seen a considerable number. Traditionally each madrasah would have a minaret located close by so that students could be summoned to prayer/ lessons. Minarets were also considered symbols of power, were useful as watchtowers and provided ...

    Bukhara, day 3

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 03, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... 35 km since that was the distance of a day's travel. Each caravansary had a 55 meter minaret that was used as a lighthouse. With that height the light could be seen in the desert from 35 km away, so at night one caravansary could be seen from the next. Rain water was collected in underground cisterns called sardovas, and travelers staying in the caravansary could get water for free. We drove a short distance outside the city to the burial site of ...


    A travel blog entry by cgmcmc on May 20, 2014

    5 photos

    ... were eager to trade and friendly and inquired about where we were coming from and where we were going. Prince Channing replied that we were heading to Khiva. The merchants were disgusted. One of them went so far as to spit angrily at our feet. He soon apologized, claiming that he was overtaken by hatred. We asked why Khiva was so awful and the merchants told us of the bitter rivalry between Khiva and Bukhara. Lili began claiming that the ...

    Ye Olde Silk Road

    A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 02, 2013

    9 photos

    ... of these sellers must have days with no sales at all. I had been looking at the Turkmen hats (big fuzzy sheep's wool hats), and found a nice white hat at one of these vendors. Starting price was $25 but I ultimately bought it for $15. Another guy from our trip was looking at old Russian soldier hats. Starting price was $50 but he paid $18 so it seems there is quite some opportunity to lower the prices. Tomorrow I will likely do some more shopping.

    In the evening, ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 26, 2013

    5 photos

    ... I love it when you try to speak the local language and the local responds to you in English.

    There were still camels near the Lyabi-Hauz pond. We took some pics there. The damn architect of the camel left no place for a guy's junk.

    Dave went for a haircut, another subject of laughter [Pam did not notice it later] that he needed one at all. The early teenager barber asked if he wanted 'zero'. He was not describing Dave's ...