Hotel Nissa

Atabaeva Street, 18B , Ashgabat, Turkmenistan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ashgabat

The White City

A travel blog entry by ahartry

42

... of the town. I’ll talk more about the city of Ashgabat later, but at first we drove through the older section of town, which dates from the Soviet era. It is leafy, with concrete block buildings to which an external fašade have been added in recent years, to bring more character to the place. The roads are wide and traffic obeys signals and the bored looking policemen who periodically direct traffic. It was a fine, calm drive.

Driving out to Nissa, we ...

The next long leg of the journey

A travel blog entry by ahartry

2

... definitely (definitely) the place to have a long layover. Plus, we all liked Turkish Air. They even gave Paul and LED candle for his dinner from the flight from Houston. Wonderful!

A little before midnight, we walked to the gate. It was a mad press to get through the document check, but, at some point, we were escorted around the maze and allowed to board. This was the first time we were asked to show our letter of invitation (Sue ...

Turkmenistan... it only deserves one entry

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann

4
29

... joining the trip, Mel, who I have been in correspondence with, we went to the British Pub in downtown Ashgabat. This involved essentially hitchhiking. We had seen a lot of locals doing this when we were stuck on the side of the road. Even school children would wander out it the road and stick their hand out and within a minute or so a driver would stop. We decided to give it a go, and flagged down a people mover who didn't know where he was going and a registered cab, who ...

City of Marble

A travel blog entry by marqual

6

... that houses the dentists in the shape of a molar!

As we neared the center of the city we were dropped near the Russian Market. I had lunch of a wrap filled with chicken kabob, french fries, and salad and a piece of "Snickers" cake. We had to do some shopping for the upcoming day on the ferry. We were also all to buy a tea cup because we were planning to have a tea party to celebrate Mindy's birthday on the ship. I bought a strange glass cup ...

Where the Golden Boy lost his Marbles

A travel blog entry by wenzels

22

Ashgabat, Turkmenistan's capital with a population of ca. 300.000 is only 30 km from the Iranian border. It is the southernmost stop on our journey and from here it’s practically another 3000km due north for us.

Now Ashgabat, although it lies on the Silk Road, is only a few hundred years old. It’s located on a seismic fault between the European and Asian tectonic plates and was completely destroyed by a force 9 earthquake on 6 October 1948. 167.000 ...

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This hotel, located on Atabaeva Street, 18B , Ashgabat, is near Ancient Merv, Turkmen Akhalteke Horse Trekkings, and Flying Fish Cove and Settlement.
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