- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... while we first hopped on marshrutka 268 to the train station where we purchased tickets for our trip to Tashkent for our appointment at the Indian Embassy for our visa application.
All went fast at ticket office, people here are always very helpful. The guy at ticket office even called an English speaker to make sure we understood to be at the station at 8:00AM.
Dave and I spent the ...
... trees, we admired the beautiful tile facade decorating Nadir Divanbeghi Medressa. On the opposite side of the square, an old Sufi cloister exists. It now exhibits photos and a model of Bukhara, which didn't take long to admire. Then it was on to more important endeavours- an education in bazaar setup ensued! We learnt of the local wares- suzani embroidery, silk worm exploitation and highly talented steel craftsmen who produced beautifully ...
... photo police in the market. Marat, our guide,argued for us adamantly, but the worst was that in a photo I was taking of a booth that sold fur hats, coats, I had gotten one of them in the picture. So they demanded to review all of the photos I had taken that morning and made me delete those with people. Marat explained that the problem is they're afraid of photos being posted on the internet ( remember ...
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*At its centre and just down from our courtyard hotel is Lyabi Hauz, the square and pool built in 1620. It's a shady, peaceful spot and good for people watching. On the subject of water, until only a century ago, Bukhara obtained its ...
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*Within old Khiva 14 minarets remain, all uniquely different. The turquoise hues are exquisite. It's one of SG's favourite colours and she is reminded why. The oldest minaret belongs to the Juma mosque - also worth a visit to see the 218 wooden carved columns that support its roof. Some date from the original 10C ...