Aseman Hotel

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A Royal Garden, Carpets & on to Esfahan

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... would've bought it if I hadn't! The Baluchi is a lotus design from fine camel wool & 50 yrs old; the Chak Chak has Zoroastrian themes & is 40% silk/60% camel neck wool. I couldn't leave them in the warehouse once I'd fallen for them!!
Returned to the hotel to reorganize my luggage & check out.
Masi dropped us at the bus terminal. Our Scania coach pulled out more or less on time (1:30).
Passed another Tower ...

Friendly locals in Esfahan

A travel blog entry by matt_werner


... you know its good. The pomegranate stew with chicken was great, but the fake beer tasted more like fruit juice and looked like Red Bull lol. Went for a walk after dinner back to the bridge to check it out when lit up, the moon put in a nice appearance overhead as well.

IRINN news check: the Zionist regime is banning some Palestinians from harvesting their olive trees.


Esfahan, Iran: City of Mosques & Fountains

A travel blog entry by samber

... parties walked away happy. Having seen next to no tourists in Tabriz and limited numbers in Tehran it certainly came as a surprise when the people we sat next to at dinner on our first night were an Australian lady and a Kiwi. Both of whom seemed pushing 70. Good effort. Once in the square it was tourist city - Japanese clicking away snap happy on their cameras, groups of Germans, couples with guides, a few soloists. With all the locals keen to ...

Stay in the desert / Übernachtung in der Wüste

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad


12.10.2013 Varzaneh (IR) Km: 30803 Stay in the desert / Übernachtung in der Wüste

On the way to Yazd, I pass a desert with large sand dunes. First, I still try on a dry salt lake to drive. Except for the return trip everything went well. It has not rained for a whole summer, but only a few centimetres below the tried out ground is ...

Erdington to Esfahan!

A travel blog entry by p45


... br> We said that would be nice and took his number.
We then took a taxi to our hotel and started doing our long overdue laundry.
It took well over an hour and we finally went to sleep around 3am.
During breakfast at the hotel we met some other travelers - from NZ, S. Korea and Spain.
We spent pretty much whole day walking through the town and the Imam Khomeini square. The temperature reached around 47 degrees and everything was closed because ...

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