Amelia Hotel

1 Bozor Hoja Street, Bukhara, Uzbekistan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... ie asleep. A sense that the further one is away from tourist areas the less friendly locals are ie not returning a wave, smile or nod of the head. Took a long time to find a spot with ice cream to break up the afternoon drive 3,000 US.

It feels it is as hot as it has been in central Asia; great. With the truck empty, I was able to put up a photo I had of Tabu, giving Junami's ugly Hamish some competition.

Will was sitting in the seat in front of me. The ...

The Scarcity of Water

A travel blog entry by eyre


... does allow guests to take regular showers!

The Ark and the Pit

We wake up through a water fight with one of the mongolians, which is actually very welcome, because the little rooms are surprisingly stuffy and warm. Mubinjon is not amuzed, and makes us thoroughly dry and clean his furniture, though he does enjoy me ordering Andy the Aussi around. Since Andy's friends have already left, he takes us for a very random spin in his car, before deciding ...

Attempted Murder

A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels


... clear of my entire body and I am just glad that I hadn’t flown well clear of my motorcycle as well.

As I careened back onto the tarmac the inevitable adrenalin coursed through my veins like an ongoing & torturing shock of electricity. I had to pull over and simply regain my composure which I had completely lost and even though I set off about 5 minutes later, I would still be reeling for hours. I was as baffled then as I am now at how someone ...

Silk Road cities.

A travel blog entry by andyball


... in Uzbekistan, the doors are carved in three layers using imported Elm aged seven years. Covered in manure and buried in the desert to cure the results are stunning, according to the carpenter the secret is to be patient for seven years… Another major feature of the architecture in Khiva are the wooden columns used to support roofs in important buildings. Uzbekistan has no forests, so the timber was carried along the Silk Road from Europe, China and ...

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This hotel, located on 1 Bozor Hoja Street, Bukhara, is near Chor-Minor, Ismail Samanid Mausoleum, Afrasiab, and Mir-i Arab Madrasah.
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