Hyatt Regency Bishkek
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... de jeu des Russes, mais avec l'écroulement de celle-ci et l'indépendance de chacune des 14 autres républiques, les Russes sont devenus du jour au lendemain coupés de leurs racines. Certains nouveaux pays, comme les pays baltes ( l'Estonie, la Lettonie et la Lituanie) leur ont laissé le choix entre un exil en Russie ou uneimmersion totale dans leur nouveau pays, la langue russe n'ayant plus aucun droit; d'autres, comme le Kyrgyzstan, ont été plus tolérants et ont rendu ...
... for 11% of the population. Alexis, my host, is Russian. Nearly 80% of the population is Muslim and there is a small community of 1 500 Catholics. Entering the country, I immediately perceived the calmness and the serenity of the population. The majority of the Kyrgyz population lives in rural areas. So here for now is a short presentation of Kyrgyzstan.
ps Kazakstan's capital. Is no more Almaty but Ferana.
... wrong for pics....I wasn't feeling very well, so didn't take the hike with the group.
Late in the day, we flew to the capital, Bishkek. The Kyrgyzstan government has allowed the US to operate an airbase here to support our operations in Iraq & Afghanistan. I couldn't help but think that had influenced the look and operation of the airport. The Hyatt Regency offered welcome comfort, too. Here is pic of the view from my room. The mountain scenery is ...
... local Tajikistan Embassy refused to issue our visas until September 16th, it threw a monkey wrench in to our Kyrgyzstan to Tajikistan to Uzbekistan plan. We could not just flip our sequence because Cissy already had her visas and they were date specific. We had to figure out what to do with too much unplanned time in Kyrgystan and not enough time in Tajikistan.
With our Uzbek visa already in process, and knowing we'd not be allowed into ...
... 34); line-height: normal; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13.33px;">Afterwards, we walked 500 meters to the main road and caught a marshutka to Osh Bazaar, a gigantic market with upwards off 15000 stalls selling everything under the sun. Cissy was looking for a replacement suitcase since her old and trusted one got damaged on the flight over. As far as markets go, it was not a particularly colorful. Not many women in traditional dress apart ...