Hotel Dedeman Silk Road Tashkent
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... we had no luck. We also walked thru several parks - walking along the river, seeing several statues, and the Uzbek Senate building. Our legs were pretty tired by now so we took the subway back to the closest stop to our hotel. It was still fairly early and there was a movie theater nearby so I checked out what was playing. A Sylvester Stallone/Arnold S. movie was playing in a few minutes but I found out it was dubbed in Russian so I decided against seeing a movie. On ...
... first. It’s across from the train station and loomed over by an iconic water tower. This held 100 tons of water and with that load could refill approximately 3 steam locomotives. The museum guide was very enthusiastic and also keen to use her French as she was introducing us to the various out-of-service engines. It’s a fun place where you’re encouraged to clamber all ...
Up early to have breakfast out in the nice garden. My fever-spots have gone to be replaced by diarrhea eg i had to watch John eat and almost worse drink tea! Taxi to bus stop and we were immediately literally surrounded by tugging and yelling men all wanting us to go with their car to Tashkent. Being wiser we checked the size of the cars and, more importantly, if they already had passengers a we now know that absolutely nothing ...
... the passport check. Nobody seems to want to fish around in our dirty underwear, though. Another lady does have to leave her bucket of yoghurt behind, though..
Then comes the best part of our trip: waiting until we can board our plane at 3:00 (yes, that's 3:00 in the middle of the night). For some reason, the airport is mainly occupied by Indian people: women in colourful saris and smelly men in turbans.
Our flight to Riga is operated ...
... the location was pretty funny but 8 of us managed to procure to cars who got us across town for dinner. We finished up at a bar named "Ye Olde Chelsea Pub" which was a fun finish to an interesting trip. Would I recommend this trip to anyone? Well....the trekking was really, really hard. It would have been fine if it wasn't so hot and if we'd all been better mentally prepared for the difficulty of the trip. The site seeing in UZ ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service