Ali Qapu Hotel

Chahar Bagh Ave., Esfahan, Iran | Hotel

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How Bizarre

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen


... milling around. The square is literally surrounded by a 2 story wall of buildings with the outlandishly decorated Ali Qapu Palace on one side, the remarkable Imam Mosque and ornate. The square is only second to Tiananmen Sq, and used to host Polo matches in the middle. The Esfahan bizarre has a modest existence in comparison to the Grand Bizarre in Istanbul but in our opinion is somewhat more impressive. The seemingly endless streets winding ...

Longest Wait - Day 31

A travel blog entry by krisbolt


... find, only in Iran. I have something to remember Iran :)

Rained heavily but stopped a while later, we managed to return at the hotel. Waited until 8pm for dinner (they open at 8pm onwards)

Waited in the lobby for 1.5 hours. For the guide to pick us up and take us to the train station where we are going to Tehran overnight.

Arrived train station, it was eerily empty, I was bit uncomfortable. When I arrived on the first day in Esfahan, it was ...

Half the World

A travel blog entry by julie_sam42


... as he got sent off in his last match. We visited a part of the centre with him and Leo, including the Naqsh-e-Jahan, the 2nd largest square in the World (after Tiananmen in Beijing) with 2 stunning mosques and a palace around it. One of the mosques, the Masjed e Sheikh Lotfollah, is supposed to be the most beautiful in Iran, and you can understand why inside. We also went to see the river, which has been dry for a few years, but has some very nice ...

Isfahan - Only a Bridesmaid.... Pt. 2.

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92


... a young women walked into the room and over to me somewhat tentatively and asked in broken English for a photo. She was from Hamadan and commented on how tall I was. Bahman took our picture and as she thanked us and walked away, I told Bahman I figured I was going to be prominently displayed on a myriad of Iranian Facebook pages over the next few days, which got a laugh.

Anyway, we headed back to the hotel as clouds rolled in. Mmmm – maybe rain? ...

Isfahan - Only a Bridesmaid.... Pt.1.

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92


... I moved on from the Church to the museum, which housed a historical tribute to Armenian history. The interesting artifacts included the world's smallest book (it was about the size of a baby's fingernail), a writing on a single strand of hair, the original Armenian land grant signed by the Shah and an original Rembrandt. However, the best part of the visit to the museum was meeting two charming medical students, Mahshid (which means moonlight) and Razieh (which means ...


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