Best Eastern Issyk Kul Hotel

301 Mira Avenue, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 301 Mira Avenue, Bishkek, is near Museum of Fine Arts, Manas Museum, Zoological Museum, and Aaly Tokombaev House Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Bishkek

Farewell Uzbekistan

A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 07, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

It's 3:30 am and we are sitting in the Tashkent airport waiting for our flight to Bishkek. I am might as well use this time for yet another history lesson, this time of the Soviet era to the present. The Soviet Union formed in 1922. It was a vast area, including the Central Asia provinces, and encompassed many ethnic groups. The Soviets wanted to eliminate these differences, promote the Russian culture, and balance the various religious groups. The goal was to create the ...

...and now for something completely different

A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 117 photos

... som note ($20) from the ground while galloping past on horseback". They made it look surprisingly easy. Other highlights have included white water rafting, trekking in both bright sunshine and pouring rain (with the rather too exciting crossing of a swollen icy river on horseback, involving a mid current stumble and the guide falling off the back (we were both on the horse) into the raging torrent). I am happy to report that we all survived, though it did get a ...

Kyrgyzstan

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Jun 14, 2014

21 photos

... expedition I wasn't too concerned. There are a number of Peace Corps volunteers in Karakol and I learned that bride napping is still alive and well. One of the guys actually got engaged to his host sister and they had to move up the wedding because her ex boyfriend was planning on kidnapping her to be married (an old nomadic custom). I also went to the Karakol animal mark, held every Sunday, because everyone kept saying how big it was and you need to go. So, I set my ...

The Spectacular Road

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jun 01, 2014

62 photos

... passes through the Fergana valley, edging along the border with Uzbekistan. Once again, the territory is relatively flat, and full of agriculture (especially rice and cotton). After the farmlands, one reaches the mountains, and the road inclines through a narrow valley with sheer walls and pillars of red sandstone. The Naryn River runs alongside the road, colored bright turquoise from the "rock flower". There are several dams of various sizes, and we paused at ...

Landscape and city in Kyrgyzstan

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 28, 2014

10 photos

... lined with poplar trees: these mask the very obvious dilapidation. There are many ancient Soviet vehicles on the roads - which brings back memories of other times and places - but fewer motor cycles, no bikes and none of those precariously balanced rickshaw contraptions.

One of our party decides that all the organised activity is becoming too much of a good thing and takes the day off to spend by the poolside. By the evening, she has recharged her batteries and looks ...