Hotel Mercury

str. Lev Tolstoy 9, Dushanbe, 734003, Tajikistan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on str. Lev Tolstoy 9, Dushanbe.
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    Travel Blogs from Dushanbe

    Descriptions of mountains

    A travel blog entry by vincenttravel on Jul 30, 2014

    27 photos

    ... for what could hardly be called a path) went over some high passes, and at the highest, about 4800 meters, we stopped. The sun had gone down, so it was time to break the fast. I’ve eaten iftar a couple of times, but this was something new, next to the car on the banks of a small river, with snowy peaks to all sides.

    Arriving in Murghab I quickly went to sleep, exhausted from the drive, and in the morning I found out that I had not missed that much. It is ...

    The Road to Dushanbe

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Jul 05, 2014

    24 photos

    ... common. After finding a jeep that was newish, very clean, and with a spare tire and driver that seemed sober, I had my jeep. And a 20 year old Tajik girl next to me who became very friendly after finding out I was American. She never asked my name, but was very interested in questions tied to job and money. Did I mention the 9 passenger jeep had 13 people in it? 17 hours later I arrived in Khorog and had the fun task of trying to find a guesthouse at 1 am. Luckily ...

    Day 13 From Bishkek to Dushanbe

    A travel blog entry by baktan on Dec 04, 2013

    ... young coutnries, Kyrgyzstan is definitvely the the most techno-potential one regardingthe mentality of the youth and similarities shared with young EU countries.

    At the airport there was a group of people with significant persian features on their face - they must be tajiks as their faces are so distinguished from Kyrgyzs with more Mongolian features.

    Tajik and some Uzbek faces share some similarities because of the mixes during the history. Today we can ...

    Dushanbe, Tajikistan: Dushanbe Two Bob Bits

    A travel blog entry by samber on Nov 03, 2013

    36 photos

    ... he was Tajik. On getting across the border to Tursanzade he helped us barter with a taxi driver to take us on the 60km / 2 hour journey to Dushanbe. With no buses, taxi was the only option and with very limited drivers i.e. one, we didn't really have a choice. A heated discussion took place and the disgruntled driver finally agreed a price of TJS 150 (US$30). He was obviously very annoyed for the man intervening as I'm sure he could have easily taken us for another TJS 100. ...

    Day 9: leaving Dushanbe by hitchiking

    A travel blog entry by bahador2012 on Mar 30, 2013

    9 photos

    last night i decided to hitchhike from Dushanbe to border and i saw the point of hitchhiking on . at the early morning my friend delivered me to Waxal and told me here you can find the taxi to the border. i told him ok and start walking to Zarrafshon roundabout. about 10 minutes i arrived there and asked some people about where is the way to Uzbekistan. about some meters later small boy came closer and start talking with me and we talked about my trip, about marriage ...