Elite Hotel

Address: Usuf Khos Khodjib Street 75/10, Tashkent, 700063, Uzbekistan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Usuf Khos Khodjib Street 75/10, Tashkent, is near Itchan Kala, Citadel Kunya-ark, Pakhlavan Makhmud Mausoleum, and Stone Palace (Tash Khauli).
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      Travel Blogs from Tashkent

      Indian Embassy, Tashkent

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Sep 28, 2014

      33 photos

      ... a bargain. Guards were posted at each metro entrance. Our passports got checked by the security team and they wanted to see our hotel registration form. Most hotels take care of the registration for you and we always have to carry them on us and presumably will be asked for them when we leave the country.

      The metro is not deep down endless escalators as in Georgia and many other Soviet states. In fact, more often than not, ...

      Come and party with my melons, please?

      A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Aug 07, 2014

      ... br> Passing through another police checkpoint we were stopped again. We had done the exact same as we had one at every other checkpoint and they did the same as the last by asking for our passports. But before we could start our exercise regime we were beckoned into the police hut. Through sign language, Teg's limited Russian and his very limited English he explained that we needed to come to a complete stop at the stop sign and then go and that he was going to fine each of $60 (by ...

      Marriage Uzbeki Style

      A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 06, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... and what were our impressions of Russians. We, in turn, inquired about their daily lives and their future plans. Most hoped to study abroad and, perhaps, to work, not so much because they wanted to leave Uzbekistan but because jobs are so scarce here. It seems that every family here has relatives living in another country. Russia is a popular place to move because of the close historical ties and their fluency with the language. Many desire to come to the US but cite ...

      Silk, spices and slaves

      A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Jun 21, 2014

      2 comments, 127 photos

      ... in an anti-clockwise loop from Tashkent, firstly by sleeper train to the very remote city of Nukus. I can confirm that Soviet sleeper trains have not changed in the 27 years since we made the long journey home from Beijing on the Trans Manchurian express. There is a samovar at the end of each corridor, the a/c still works and each carriage is still presided over by a guard in natty uniform and hat (oh, and you still aren't allowed to photograph trains). After 22 hours and ...

      Goodbye Silk Road

      A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jun 06, 2014

      15 photos

      ... insights based on their very different backgrounds and experiences which enriched our own appreciation of what we saw. They were also unfailingly kind and helpful to us who were newcomers to this kind of travel.

      Although we had done some homework before the trip about the history of the Silk Road countries, it did not take us long to acknowledge that we had rather patronisingly assumed that today they must be just ...