Ana Hotel

Address: Amir Kabir Square , Kish Island, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Amir Kabir Square , Kish Island, is near Takht-e Suleyman, Dead City of Serjilla, Bosra ash-Sham, and Ebla.
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        Travel Blogs from Kish Island

        Discover Kish, swimming, snorkelling

        A travel blog entry by longtail on Mar 19, 2012

        ... called the 'Underground City' which is partially open for tourists. The underground aqueduct was built around 1000 years ago for transportation and water supply across the different parts of the island.

        The next attraction is the beautiful beaches that all captivate the eye with their bluish tint and the long shoreline that attracts many tourists during the winter season. The water is so clear that fish can be seen swimming in the sea all year ...

        Iran - Kish Island

        A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Jun 19, 2009

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        ... mainland at this time. I argued, complained and begged to no avail – it simply wasn't going to happen. The foreign affairs suit looked at me and said, 'Tehran says no. It is no. Maybe next week, next month, they say yes, but now it is no.'

        So that was that. My big plans in Iran were shot. But I didn't let my depressed mood deter me from exploring the tiny bit of Iranian real estate that was accessible. The next day I hired an Iranian ...

        Yazd to Kish (via Rafsanjan and Kerman)

        A travel blog entry by steveandwill on Oct 15, 2008

        ... Iran. Perhaps another factor involved was our sporadic decision to hitch (slightly out of the way) down to the beautiful island of Kish, where two of our favourite Haghighi's had invited us to join them for a holiday. Shabnam and Elham speak near perfect English and we spent time with them in Tehran, Shiraz and then Kish. All in all, we had an absolutely splendid month or so in Iran and have just made it to Pakistan; but that's another ...

        Out of Iran to clear Pakistan visa

        A travel blog entry by fiscarlos on Dec 17, 2006

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        ... holiday in Iran, so I couldn't do much before next day. I just hung around that day, looking at people having picnic at the waterfront. The next day I went to Dubai consulate - to make sure I wouldn't be denied visa there as well - and Iranian passport office to hear if I could get back to Iran if I got a Pakistani visa in Dubai. I furthermore booked a flight the next morning - I would have taking a ferry, but it turned out to ...

        Off to Iran

        A travel blog entry by chesteranaen on Jun 12, 2006

        It almost sure that you will have to go to this tiny island south of Iran of you are either waiting for your employment visa in UAE or your 2 months Visit visa has lapse. During my brief stay here, I was able to see the plight of different individuals from different country with their own story to tell. But definitely the island is booming and developing because of the visa runs from neighboring ...