Domina Shodlik Palace

Address: Pakhtakorskaya Street 5, Tashkent, 700011, Uzbekistan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Pakhtakorskaya Street 5, Tashkent, is near Itchan Kala, Citadel Kunya-ark, Pakhlavan Makhmud Mausoleum, and Stone Palace (Tash Khauli).
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    Travel Blogs from Tashkent

    C'mon India Visa!

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Oct 12, 2014

    29 photos

    ... stamped when we entered the country, we handed to 1st custom agent. Never were we asked for the registration slips. We had been diligently saving those forms which we were told to collect from every accommodation we stayed in. Here we were worried about the two nights we stayed with local family and consequently missed 2. Oh well, we were thrilled. We purchased some Duty Free liquor. And our flight left 45 minutes early, only filled 1/3rd capacity.

    First stop in Uzbekistan

    A travel blog entry by oliverebekka on Sep 24, 2014

    9 photos

    Uzbekistan only became independent from the USSR in 1991. You can still feel the Soviet influance in the way they want to control everything. Entering the country by land from Kazachstan, we had to fill in an exhaustive list of goods, medicine and money we were importing. Don't forget to fill out TWO copies and get them stamped. Because otherwise you'll find yourself the next day at the ...

    No we Tashkent...

    A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 16, 2014

    14 photos

    ... advising us to simply lie in our declaration. It was evident that avoiding the paperwork was paramount in their priorities. With the option otherwise of confiscation, we weren't long in swallowing our scruples.
    The upshot was we two delaying the processing of all ten of our group's passports, being obliged to laboriously fill out the form a second time. And so the country that we barely got into, in a delicious coda, was the most difficult to leave!


    Marriage Uzbeki Style

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 06, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... dish and source of much pride is plov, a form of rice pilaf with chickpeas and raisins. Bread is ubiquitous; the preferred version is rather flat and round with a decorative stamp in the middle. Somsas are meat-filled sandwich-like snacks. We have had tasty, meat based vegetable soups and lagman, a noodle soup. Beef is the primary form of meat we have eaten. Lamb is also common, but is more frequently served in winter since it is fattier. Uzbekis also eat pork, rather surprising ...

    Silk, spices and slaves

    A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Jun 21, 2014

    2 comments, 127 photos

    ... designs rather than the more familiar bland, grey anonymous tower blocks. For the tourist, bureaucracy looms large, with registration slips to carry and the threat of police shake downs and bribes. In actuality, we were never bothered (or even asked to show any paperwork). Mostly the gun-toting police were smiling and friendly and even went 'above and beyond' when they relented and let us into the Samarkand festival concert even though we were without a ticket. We made ...