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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Uzbekistan Tashkent
The hotel has a new wing with accetable rooms and beds, but the old wing is literaly a journey back into the USSR :) However the hotel is really popular among local richmen, every night of our stay was a wedding-party inside.
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In the evening we arrived in the thid and last country of the Silk Road trip: Uzbekistan. The immigration was faster than expected, no issues. After a quick stop in the soviet style hotel we went to the center for a snack. It was still around 30°C at 10pm!
An interesting thing about Uzbek money (COM): Due to inflation 1 USD is around 3200 …
... to us throughout the two hour taxi ride and then invited us to her family home for dinner the following evening. The next day, as promised a private taxi arrived, promptly to whisk us away. When we walked into Fotima's home, we were surprised to see the courtyard set up for a party banquet. What Fotima had not told us was that she'd invited us to her farewell celebration - she was to begin her three year college degree in Pharmacology ...
... we wanted then at the lower price. That was a plan thus.
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We did a lot of running around and had nothing to show for it. We hadn't eaten and I still wanted to check out the silk at Tashkent Univermagi Department store, mentioned in the LP. We hopped back on the metro for a few stops and found ourselves in beautiful area with lots of parks and impressive government and bank buildings. ...
We arrrived in Tashkent, Uzbekistan last night - or rather early this morning -1:45 am, Thursday. Since we had left Chicago 10:15 pm Tuesday evening, it had been a long haul. Our group of seven, including guides Roger and Nancy, met up in Istanbul and made the last leg together. Regrettably, Roger's suitcase did not join us. Maybe tomorrow.
Anna, the local guide who will accompany us throughout Uzbekistan, told us that although tourism has been growing here, few Americans make ...
... with). Final question'any religious books?' Then it was a 7 hour drive in taxis to Tashkent to our posh hotel. We had a nice gold teethed driver who blasted techno love songs and stopped at the roadside to buy us native tulips. Tashkent is a big city with a lot of nice parks and some new fancy government buildings. We walked all over the Churso bizarre (old timey baby strollers ...