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Address: Frunze St., 429 B, Bishkek, 720021, Kyrgyzstan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Frunze St., 429 B, Bishkek, is near Museum of Fine Arts, Manas Museum, Zoological Museum, and Aaly Tokombaev House Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Bishkek

    Day 62-63: Bishkek (Part 1), Kyrgyzstan

    A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Sep 25, 2015

    7 photos

    ... highest peak at 7400m above sea level and (supposedly) an astonishing 70% of its total area being above 2000m. To clarify, that is nearly three-quarters of the whole of Kyrgyzstan that is higher than the highest single point in the United Kingdom. It is also the region’s darling of the travel industry as it does not have visa requirements for Europeans – making it a standard stepping stone for those wanting to explore Central ...

    Darrens Version of Bishkek

    A travel blog entry by harryabroad on Sep 05, 2015

    1 comment

    ... seems like a relaxed place, the people seem reasonably happy and walk at a leisurely pace in keeping with an apparent lack of need for speed.. The only people who are in a rush are the taxi drivers.. these buggers are the same the world over… go like freak then brake hard often for no apparent reason.

    Bishkek is also a town where each day can only be allocated one task… things seem to take forever for no apparent reason.


    Crossing the mountains

    A travel blog entry by ralph.rydell on Aug 11, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... is green and the slope is not extreme. They live in yurts and the range is open. They seem to distribute themselves equitably but sometimes there are 15 or so together making a little temporary village. I believe these are large families or clans. Most are yurts scattered here and there. The most common animal in the pasture is the horse. They raise some for riding but most are raised for meat. Horse meat is considered a delicacy ...

    The capital of Kyrgyzstan and surroundings

    A travel blog entry by tina-worldwide on Jun 27, 2015

    12 photos

    ... faster! We had a really nice scenery with all the mountains around, we crossed a creek and there were yellow, purple and blue flowers everywhere.

    The actual waterfall was not so high, but still nice. On the way back we saw a couple doing the hike in ski boots! The way up was already difficult enough in trekking shoes… They were also carrying their ski and they said they actually wanted to go skiing. ...

    The Beast of Bishkek

    A travel blog entry by dentalvagabond on Jun 02, 2015

    24 photos

    ... 5 degrees Celsius and a lot of wind) it was good fun. Utter solitude. I fortunately survived five hours of horse riding unscathed. The yurts were equipped with small ovens where they would burn cattle **** to heat up the yurt for the night. It was burning like tinder I have to say. **** fire to keep warm at night, only in Central Asia. Final stop on my route before going back to Bishkek to hopefully pick up my Uzbek visa was Tash Rabat, a very important trading point ...