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This is a wonderful place to stay. First and foremost the staff are so kind, friendly and helpful. Nothing is too much bother. The rooms are comfortable and spacious and the place is in a great location. I would definitely recommend this to anyone wishing to be comfortable and in a good location.
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Despite the air conditioning, it was a very hot night. It is not surprising that so many people here sleep outside.
Today's walk really was one to remember. I set off early and walked towards the Afrosiab area of the city. I passed through an enormous market near the Bibi Khanym mosque. It is great to see the indigenous people …
A great night's sleep and a filling breakfast of eggs, pancakes and fruit. I stocked up with some lovely apples before we set off from Bukhara on our 270 kilometre journey to Samarkand.
Khiva and Bukhara have been outstanding and so I did not dare have any expectations of Samarkand. I had read a book earlier this year ("Murder …
... to start looking the same....I've taken a zillion pictures...here are a few. We visited a carpet maker who served us dinner..... The next day we visited the mosque, built by Timur to be the largest in the world. It wasn't finished, and had largely collapsed under its own weight. Under Soviet times, the Russians did a lot of the restoration, and most of what we've seen has been restoration work. What was neat here, was that the inside ...
... out after we aroused and ascended. With the Fan Mountains appearing to hover over in Tajikistan, not far to the southeast, and the eye being naturally drawn to the mediaeval monoliths peppering the modern city, the vista was exquisite.
We passed Registan en route to the final resting place of he whose name is synonymous with the city- Tamerlane (Timur Bacach), founder of the Timurid dynasty at the end of the 14th century, alleged ...
... not eligible to make such a purchase he enlisted the help of his brother's friend's mother-in-law who lived in Tashkent. When they registered the sale, the mother-in-law mentioned that she had ten properties in her name because of similar arrangements.
We are on the train to Samarkand and passing through desert that has been converted to farmland. Perhaps you are familiar with the Soviet system of central planning with five-year plans. Since ...