Munis Street 80, Tashkent, 100080, Uzbekistan | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tashkent

First impressions

A travel blog entry by marqual


... famous silk on the silk road historically came from this city. Surprisingly, Uzbekistan is currently the 3rd largest silk producer in the world. At the factory, we saw all the steps in the process to produce silk, including extracting the threads from the cocoons, to dying, to weaving the fabrics. I was offered a ripe persimmon from the garden of the silk factory. I don't think I've ever had this fruit before and it was nice. I'll have to buy some more while they are ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... Tashkent continuing.

There are lots of lumbering, orange trucks carrying liquidified natural gas. Anwar clipped an orange cone near a maintenance worker shortly after some numbskull passed a transport truck on the shoulder, a manouevre even Anwar felt was crazy. I saw speeds of 110 kph in our taxi but Dennis later said he saw 120 kph. We were definitely going like a bat out of hell, weaving about ...

Eating out in Tashkent

A travel blog entry by eyre


So there we are. After a lovely night's sleep on a train, we disembark at Tashkent Central ("is this it?" "I don't know, there are no signs" "a lot of people seem to be getting off, so let's just go for it.." "sure.. that seems smart") and take the pretty metro down to our old friends at Mirzo Guesthouse. This really is our final day in Uzbekistan!

In the hostel we meet Anne, a German girl who's waiting for her French boyfriend who decided to take ...

Plodding and ploving

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne


Slept really well both of us and we had our breakfast early today too. At 8 the 'hords' move in; a few sport teams from other stans and a Japanese tour group. Fun to watch. Did a bit of interneting in the lobby including getting a longed for email from Patrick. All three lines long! Before we left the hotel we had a phone call from Advantours saying that they couldn't organise a LOI in time eg we will not be able to enter Tajikistan. Cant ...

Soviet glamour in Tashkent

A travel blog entry by eyre


... and shove our way towards the passport guy. Old ladies and babies seem to be allowed to pass; unfortunately this doesn't go for blonde Dutch girls.

We then fill out our customs declaration forms ("how much money are you bringing into the country?" "are you carrying any biological weapons?"), which are of course in Russian. Still, we manage to invent some plausible-seeming entries, but still the guy at the exit finds a reason to shout at us: ...


This 4 star hotel is located on Munis Street 80, Tashkent.
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