Grand Mir Hotel
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... Silk Road and how Uzbekistan was such a vital crossroads.
The following day began with an unfortunate search for three mausoleums in the north of the city – after searching in the rain it turned out that the main one had been absorbed into the grounds of the university (which was out of bounds to the public) and the smaller two were pretty unspectacular. From there things got better as we visited the vast market, Chorsu ...
... showstopper that is Uzbekistan. We briefly visited Tashkent, the capital, which has some nice parks and impressive buildings in the central area but we didn't like it as much as we had Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan. It was great though to be in a city with a well run underground subway. The subway in Tashkent is beautiful with lovely mosaics, high ceilings with chandeliers and intricately designed pillars. We don't have any pics ...
... br> We arrived last night to Tashkent, Uzbekistan's capital, after a short but eventful one-hour flight on Air Kyrgyzstan. That was, um, definitely an experience. Kyrgyzstan's national carrier flies decades-old Boeing 737s that look like they haven't been updated since the Soviet days. The row behind us, where Colleen, Sally and Julie were sitting, was so tiny that they had their chests up against the seats in front of them. One of the overhead compartments ...
... a bazaar there are also multi- store shopping centers. Government buildings, monuments, museums are more the attractions here and businessmen are to be seen. The city has 3 million people from a mixture of cultures. Russian is widely spoken here and signs are frequently in Russian including street signs in cyrillic and store signs. About 65% of the population are Uzbek and 20% Russian.
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... have applications from Americans and one has been waiting three weeks. That would be terrible. The official said we could apply per our schedule, be out of there by noon, and wait a minimum of one week.
So off we went to the Uzbek Airline office. Here we waited in several lines before we encountered someone who spoke English and could answer our questions. We mainly wanted to know if we could change our tickets for a later ...