Lyabi-House Hotel

Address: N. Husainova #7, Bukhara, 705000, Uzbekistan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on N. Husainova #7, Bukhara, is near Chor-Minor, Ismail Samanid Mausoleum, Mir-i Arab Madrasah, and Afrasiab.
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      Historical Uzbekistan

      A travel blog entry by lok on Aug 25, 2006

      28 photos

      Samarkand I was happy to be back at a backpackers' joint - Bahodir B&B. While at a internet cafe, I met an entrepreneur-minded 17 year old teenager who wanted to practice his English. I accepted his offer to show me the sights the next day. Samarkand (population 400K) is a very important Silk Road city. All the touristy sites are within walking …

      Bukhara, Shopping and the End of the Internet

      A travel blog entry by michaelandre on May 19, 2013

      40 photos

      Bukhara was another major stop on the Silk Road. Our hotel was on Lyabi-Hauz, a beautiful square built around a central pool. I am sure that it is a great place to hang out on a hot summer night. The hotel itself was gorgeous. The entrance opened onto a typical central Asian style courtyard with the breakfast bar situated on the patio above. The …

      Bukhara.

      A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 13, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... It contains a few renovated rooms inside & some museum displays. We saw a few other mausoleum structures, then had lunch before retreating to our hotel room during the heat of the afternoon. Overall, I guess not a lot has really changed over the centuries. There are mosques, medressas, squares full of merchants selling carpets, silk goods, metal stuff, paintings, and these days, souvenirs. Had dinner with an interesting Aussie couple who do a lot of adventure travel as well. Big ...

      The cotton route to Samarkand

      A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jun 03, 2014

      14 photos

      ... Russian bling, presumably designed to make him feel at home - today it houses a costume museum. Peacocks strut around the grounds adding to the exotic atmosphere.

      A final short stop sees us winding through alleys in the old part of the city, with precariously suspended pipes at head height supplying natural gas to the neighbourhood. We contemplate the potential for natural disasters or sabotage or just plain accident especially when we see ...

      The Holy City

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on May 27, 2014

      113 photos

      ... br> From the mosque, we crossed the street to the Ark Fortress. This was the administrative center and inhabited continuously from the 5th century until 1920, when it was bombed by the Red Army (more about why later, maybe, if I remember to write it). We toured a couple of small museums in the fortress, but there is not much to see. One story I remember: the stables were built above the prison, and, when they washed the stables out, ...