International Hotel Tashkent
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... at a convenience store but decided to get another one at the supermarket. I bought a liter can of "Baktika". When the lady at the cashier told me the price I couldn't believe my ears. This must be the most expensive beer I ever bought. It was twice the price of the other bottle we bought for the same amount. At least it tasted alright. It was definitely not worth the extra money though. Anyways...it was a nice evening! A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles. ~ Tim ...
... away behind high walls. This sits rather less comfortably with us visitors and is also somewhat ironic as all the old photos of early 20th century Bukhara show that the iconic squares were one huge teeming mass of market traders, tents, animals and the like. Quirks of Soviet-style urban cleansing aside, Samarkand most certainly did not disappoint. After a couple of days in Istanbul, 3 weeks in Iran and over two in Uzbekistan, Samarkand is the Silk Route big daddy ...
... pub we went for food and beer for the rest of the evening. Getting home we were assisted by a nice group of locals who ensured the driver didn't rip us off and knew where he was going. After driving past the B&B he refused to just let us out "No no I must drop you right to the door" and so he did. At some stage during the night I woke with a splitting headache and spent the next couple of hours being rather ill. A vast number of pints obviously ...
... like but most of it was traditional. I tried to copy his hand movements, his hands and the steering wheel not always locked together. If there is a law against cell phone use while driving it was unknown to Anwar.
Drivers here turn 2 marked lanes into three lanes of traffic; 3 marked lanes, 4 lanes of traffic. It all seems to work. No accidents seen and so far no roadside grave markers that pock-marked ...
... kill you!"). Of course, the restaurant from the guide book is nowhere to be found. The only place that does look like a restaurant looks eerily empty until we are approached by a robotic Japanese hostess ("would you like to eat Asian, or local, or ...? I don't speak English you know"). We quickly run away!
Italian coffee and home-made macarons
We finally find a nice Italian place where we share some ravioli and pizza and confuse the ...