Radisson Blu Hotel, Tashkent
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Chorsu Bazaar and we were able to direct him the rest of the way to our guesthouse. We gave our driver a little extra which brought the cost for the 150 mile (240km) trip to $20 for the three of us.
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... we could purchase tickets without standing in line. They were sold out for the 30th and they didn't have low beds in economy compartment. We'd either have to buy top beds in the expensive birth (which did not have bottom beds available either) or go on a different date. Then the nice girl at information added that we should return tomorrow at 10 am, that's when seats and beds that have been held back are released. We'd surely get ...
... regularly- even the locals were at it. Nobody had thought to install windows that open. In fact, in Uzbekistan, in the absence of air conditioners, or, apparently, physics, the ubiquitous method of cooling down is to boil yet more small portions of the Aral Sea and pour it on the ground. They even do this along the train corridors.
And yet, little did we know how pleasant these conditions would soon seem...
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... affairs, often with matching hats and shoes. Anna said that the dresses usually can only be worn until the the bride's first pregnancy. Afterwards, she is likely not able to fit into them. Sparkly pillows made from the dresses are found in many homes.
Young couples live with the groom's parents after they wed. Apparently, the important question to ask a new bride is whether her husband is the oldest son. If so, the couple will get to move out when the youger son weds. ...
... designs rather than the more familiar bland, grey anonymous tower blocks. For the tourist, bureaucracy looms large, with registration slips to carry and the threat of police shake downs and bribes. In actuality, we were never bothered (or even asked to show any paperwork). Mostly the gun-toting police were smiling and friendly and even went 'above and beyond' when they relented and let us into the Samarkand festival concert even though we were without a ticket. We made ...