In Karakol, we are staying at the Tagaytay Hotel, the first house in the city. The friendly and nice owner seems to work day and night.
The rooms are clean and equipped with all the necessary comfort. The services include free Wi-Fi and parking.
A large conference hall, sauna, and a fireplace hall are also available.
The location is also optimal, an approx 5 minutes walk to the building no. 1. It is definitely recommended.
After many meals during our Karakol Food Tour, we are not very hungry in the evening. We go to the nearby Kochevnik Cafe, but eat only a salad Munich, a mixed salad with salami.
Our companion Dasha enjoys a potato casserole with crab meat, smoked chicken, cheese, and mayonnaise. Along with our meal, we drink Moldavian wine, which tastes very good.
During a short tour in the area around the Tagaytay Hotel, we also get into the back streets. Here we see more slab constructions, but there are pretty street-art paintings on the facades.
A necessary purchase leads us to the market. The market stalls are, like Murgab in the Pamir, housed in containers.
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Disclosure: Our trip was organized in cooperation with Discover Kyrgyzstan, and made possible by the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). All opinions are our own.
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