Aria Hotel

Shahid Ayatollah Madani Ave, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Esfahan

Qom - Esfahan (Iran)

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet


... as she told us the story of how she was brought up in Germany with Iranian parents and had spent six months travelling Australia. She decided that since she had had such an amazing experience travelling she needed to give back somehow and turned to Islam in order to do this so moved to Iran where shortly after she met her husband. She gave us a new perspective on the Muslim religion as she was really just like us. After we had had enough of sweltering underneath our chadors ...

Ali's Shop & many candles

A travel blog entry by julius1991

... the closed mosque gates and shows us around, taking us the roof where we enjoy a stunning view of Esfahan at night.

The next day we depart to Yazd, our first stop in the desert. Before leaving, Faize takes us to two different food places, first some sort of desert which consists of jelly worms in lemon water and then for Biryani, a Esfahan specialty. The food I have eaten so far proves difficult to describe as I mostly do not know what exactly it consisted of.

Glorious Esfahan (26 & 27 Oct)

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... all this religion it was time for some fresh air. I wandered the river bank in search of more Safavid bridges (I found two, both built by Shah Abbas II in mid C17).
Another good dinner by the square.....the reflecting pools in the Royal Sq were dead still as we passed on our way home, producing perfect reflections to linger in the memory......
Sad to be leaving this great treed city of the Safavids...but ever onwards! Tomorrow, ...

Friendly locals in Esfahan

A travel blog entry by matt_werner


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The interior of the music hall in the palace was unreal… it was plaster but had been treated to look like wood, with lots of little niches for displaying various things. Unfortunately there was more work going on at the portico so couldn’t take it all in for a big panorama


How Bizarre

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen


... whole of the Imam square is where we spent the day. Every shop type you can think off, including bench tools, camping and electrical goods wedged in together and inter-dispersed with openings some with small ponds and high ceilings often lavishly decorated in the familiar blue mosaic style. The spice stalls provided unmistakeable smells and astonishing displays of colour. This would undoubtedly be a major tourist attraction. We took pit stop ...


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