Hotel Sayokhat

Address: 115 Buyuk Ipak Yuli Street, Tashkent, Uzbekistan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 115 Buyuk Ipak Yuli Street, Tashkent, is near Itchan Kala, Citadel Kunya-ark, Pakhlavan Makhmud Mausoleum, and Stone Palace (Tash Khauli).
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    Travel Blogs from Tashkent

    Dramatic Nature, Petty Corruption & Friendly Folk

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Oct 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... show respect for their authority and submit to the petty demands. Uzbekistan has the most oppressive rules although these are flaunted by many – hotel registrations, phone regulations, black market money, etc…

    Travel Expenses in Central Asia

    Visa costs ranged from a friendly zero in Kyrgyzstan to $160 each for Uzbekistan (ouch!)

    Usually, hotels are our #1 expense and meals # 2. This time, transport ...

    Indian Embassy, Tashkent

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Sep 28, 2014

    33 photos

    ... a few flights of stairs and at main stations might be escalators. Many of the stations have platforms that are quite beautiful, and with different themes. Some with chandelier type lighting and wonderful pillars and wall decor. Photography is strictly verboten so I'd had to be discreet.

    Mirzo and Chorsu

    The signage and announcements are in Russian and we have to really pay attention. We stayed on for 5 stops ...

    We arrive in Tashkent

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Jul 31, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... ours look like 5-star hotels).

    Tashkent is the capital city, home to 2.2 million people. Although established 2700 years ago very little of the old city is left. A massive earthquake leveled the city in 1967 during the Soviet days. Young people from all over the Soviet Union came to rebuild the city. When the construction was complete, they were offered free apartments. The Soviets provided free housing in general, but you didn't qualify until you had worked 25 years at ...

    Silk, spices and slaves

    A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Jun 21, 2014

    2 comments, 127 photos

    ... sparkly and clashing colours (as they have done through the centuries) and appear to store their profits in their gold teeth. It must be interesting when they need the gold to buy a new car. Of course I succumbed (material rather than teeth) and as a consequence had to find space in my already overburdened rucksac for 7 metres of Bukhara's finest. The festival was closed with a concert of song and dance and we were lucky enough to attend (thanks to the smiling policemen; ...

    Goodbye Silk Road

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jun 06, 2014

    15 photos

    Homeward bound, we reflect on our experiences. From Beijing to Tashkent we travelled about 7,000 kilometres by bus, train, plane, boat and even camel. Well, technically we estimate 6930 as the crow flies but we didn't exactly take the crow's path much of the time. And it took just four weeks - whereas in the old Silk Road days it would have taken years, and even the the fastest information system in the ancient world, Mongol couriers, ...