Ali Qapu Hotel

Chahar Bagh Ave., Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Esfahan

Hostel Amirkabir

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Aug 02, 2013

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... by police stops and this time they proved helpful with officers smiling and waving us off. We were bombing along the fairly flat roads and Esfahan soon appeared on the road signs. We stopped for a comfort break around 5.30 and Karen the expedition leader, and wife of driver Will came aboard the back, we all sat awaiting the briefing and it was good news, we were so close to Esfahan that we would push ...

Nougat & Biscuit City - Day 30

A travel blog entry by krisbolt on May 06, 2013

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... string under microscope. Amazing! Lunch at an Iranian lunch. I had chicken kebab. It was quite good. To burn off the kjs from the lunch, we walked to the bridges that is famous is Esfahan. 23 arches, other bridge got 33 arches. Rain and storm activity at the distance. As soon we got on the bus, and in the tunnels interchange, rain poured! We had to run for covers at old mosque. We had to see how the mosque was originally built in the earliest years. During the old ...

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

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 19, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... back to the hotel and although it was cloudy, there was still no sign of rain. Looks like Bahman was right.

Anyway, Bahman left me in the hotel and went back to his carpet dealer to figure out if he was going to buy a museum quality carpet he had been looking at. (I saw it the day before, and it was really spectacular.)

After Bahman left, I ended up sitting in the lobby working on a blog and as I wrote I was approached by a number of young women who ...

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

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 18, 2012

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... We continued our stroll back down the Chahar Bagh boulevard and then crossed traffic (which is often a life or death experience since there does not seem to be a giveway to pedestrians, even when pedestrians have the right of way) and walked back to our hotel. We reached the Abbasi Hotel in time to have a late night tea (remember as an Islamic nation, sales of alcohol are forbidden) in the magnificent garden court around which the hotel is built. It had been a lovely start ...

Beautiful Esfahan...

A travel blog entry by timshazz on Oct 02, 2012

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One of the highlights of our visit was a traditional teahouse recommended in the guidebook. It took a couple of attempts to find it but when we did it was a blast. The front section, solely for men was thick with the smoke from the Qaylans (shishas) and full of serious looking dudes partaking of smoke and tea. The back room allowed females and we sat surrounded by locals as we ordered and smoked our first shisha. The room itself was crammed with ...


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