Hotel Khorezm Palace
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Hotel Khorezm Palace
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Khorezm Palace Urgench
Travel Blogs from Urgench
The border crossing took us around three hours. It seemed slow in the heat but the officials were pleasant enough. Entering Uzbekistan, things I noticed were: paddy fields; lots of irrigation channels; two storey buildings; children shouting and waving by the side of the road.
Very soon we were in Khiva: a sight to behold. I think the photos will say it all tomorrow. I went to the supermarket and had an early ...
... running on petrol so we could have the air conditioning going. So after all that kafuffle we filled up and carried on our journey. We climbed around the fortress when we reached it, had a quick dip in the river below, then carried on 5km to reach another fortress.it was just about dark by this time so we on,y had a quick look before we carried on to the nearby town called Boston to have dinner. It was about 10.30pm by the time we reached the ...
... dishes everywhere.
Food and beer are good and very cheap but it is hard to realise how cheap when the bill for the evening meal and drink comes to 71,000 Soms, but at 2,700 soms to the US Dollar it is extremely reasonable.
Off back to the bazaar after restful lunch and hope to add more if internet connection allows.
Angela and Bob from sunny Khiva
... that the city was so full of people that it was almost impossible to find one's way in the crowd. The busy streets didn't help move our caravan, nevertheless, it did help us with our goal. Along every street, in every building are the traders, selling their wares of hand crocheted shawls of camel and angora wools, bleached white or dyed with natural coloring of grays, pinks and orchids. Among these goods, they also trade wooden bowls, blankets, ...
... but the person arranging for it's building died before it could be finished. All that remains is the bottom blue tiled unfinished portion.
Mon, Nov 4
I woke up a little early to walk around the town at sunrise. It was so quiet on the streets with just me, the locals sweeping up the garbage and leaves, and some cats. There was an amazing sunrise this morning. Next I went to breakfast which was ...