Sasha & Son

Address: Bukhara, Uzbekistan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Bukhara, is near Chor-Minor, Ismail Samanid Mausoleum, Mir-i Arab Madrasah, and Afrasiab.
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        Travel Blogs from Bukhara

        Back in Bukhara: Favorite city found

        A travel blog entry by angelontheroad on Aug 15, 2016

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        Despite Khivas intriguing charm and Samarkand's monumental grandeur I am returning to my favorite Uzbek city of them all: Bukhara. With another 2-3 days left before continuing to my last destination Tashkent I have decided to spend a few days in the city that I felt was speaking to me the loudest in terms of authenticity, livability and charm. In …

        Show-stopper Bukhara...

        A travel blog entry by angelontheroad on Aug 11, 2016

        33 photos

        I am not sure why I have difficulties describing Bukhara. Should be an easy thing highlighting
        this gorgeous city full of beautifully tiled Medrassas, Minarets and Mosques. Wandering from one monument to the next through a network of bazaars, trade halls, past bathhouses and old men playing chess or sitting in the shade drinking tea... A quite …

        Day 75-77: Bukhara, Uzbekistan

        A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Oct 08, 2015

        19 photos

        ... deep pit full of rodents and bugs. Eventually they were forced to dig their own graves before being beheaded in front of the Ark Fortress. A third Brit who came to discover their fate managed to only just escape with his life and brought their story back to the UK, causing the public to demand war.

        That afternoon we visited both the Ark and the jail. The former is very impressive from the outside with grand walls, but was hollowed out on the inside ...

        Racing through the desert

        A travel blog entry by segacs on Aug 26, 2015

        28 photos

        ... bushes for, erm, bladder relief, they waved us on our way.

        By the way, a word about fuel: Uzbekistan purchases crude oil from neighbouring countries and refines it here. When negotiations fall apart on crude prices, or during peak demand times like cotton harvesting season, fuel shortages are common. We haven't been affected because apparently the tour companies tend to store surplus fuel in big tanks, so that tourists won't be inconvenienced. ...

        A pleasant town

        A travel blog entry by ralph.rydell on Aug 04, 2015

        23 photos

        ... and there the coronation room and the audience room can be seen, the treasury, the palace mosque, and a few other rooms. At one time 3000 people lived and worked there.
        Another site is the Emir's Summer Palace. It was a few degrees cooler there about 6km. away.It is largely intact but suffers from age and neglect in the past though appears to be adequately cared for now. It still has the furnishings and some museum- like displays ...