Malika Tashkent

53A, Chupan ata street, Tashkent, 700113, Uzbekistan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by mek1


Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan is a very large city with a population of over 30 million people. The city, like the other cities in Uzbekistan is secular. There is an old city and a new city. There are many indications of the Russian influence in the architectural styles. However, the Independence Square is new, having been constructed in the 90's on the site of the ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... Grieving [or Mourning] Mother and the national eternal flame.

In some twenty days' time, millions of Uzbeks will be pulled from their jobs to pick cotton, helping to bring the prized crop in. All types of occupations are called upon to help.

Where once Lenin's statue dominated, now a large golden ball with a map of Uzbekistan holds sway. Storks are prevalent as a local motif.

We went to the Independence Square subway stop 800 US. No ...

Escaping Uzbekistan

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne


... Only one man before John but in front of my closed door there were at least 20 minutes and no sign of anything much happening. One women were allowed in and then nothing happened. Only one way to avoid missing the flight and that was to ignore that piece of formality. John came out in one piece. They has checked for money and he ad received no stamp so no way i was standing in an unmoving disoganised ...

Three times lucky

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne


... no pin number. Off to the airport where lucky event three took place. John could retrieve his back pack from a room full of other unfortunate fellow bags. Taxi to own o check in and there we had a bit of letting off steam. They wanted us to pay for the room in advance in spite of having our passports. Both reception attendants slow, non service minded and we ended up sticking to our principles snatching back the passports, ...

End of the trip

A travel blog entry by joann.copperud


... up and under their dresses. I think they were looking for people taking US dollars out of the country, as most places we shopped they were very happy to take dollars. It's also hard to get a visa and expensive ($160 for US citizens) but I did enjoy the history, the architecture, the food and learning more about the growing prosperity of the the largest country in Central Asia. And one of only 2 "double land locked" countries in the ...


This hotel, located on 53A, Chupan ata street, Tashkent, is near Itchan Kala, Chorsu Bazaar, Citadel Kunya-ark, and Pakhlavan Makhmud Mausoleum.
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