Atlas Hotel

Imam Reza Ghods 59, Tehran, 61997, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Imam Reza Ghods 59, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Pasargadae, Si-o-Se Bridge, and Khajou Bridge.
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    Travel Blogs from Tehran

    Arrival...First Impressions

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Sep 30, 2013

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    Imam Khomeini Int Airport is way out in the sticks. Modern highways connect it to the mega city that is modern Tehran. As we were approaching to land I could see the city's spread across a broad, dusty, very flat plain with the Alborz Mtns rising abruptly to the North, jagged & hazy.
    Immigration, Customs & baggage were a breeze but …

    A Taste of Tehran

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 01, 2013

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    Oct 1 dawned clear & sunny. The seasonal change is on & the summer heat is retreating fast..... about 30 deg today when only a few weeks ago it was mostly over 40 deg...
    My first Iranian breakfast was a simple & delicious affair (flat bread with local cheese spread, strawberry jam, etc; an omelette, fruit juice & tea).

    Goodbye Armenia, I'll be back

    A travel blog entry by matt_werner on Oct 19, 2013

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    An early check out today and 8:00 start for a busy day – Geg********astery & Garni Temple, then across to Etchminadzin before flying to Tehran. Organised it with Lilit, a local guide I found on Viator including being driven around in an E-class Merc, with Roupen joining me for the day. When we jumped in and got comfy we looked at each …

    Learning to be independent again!

    A travel blog entry by irelandbound on May 16, 2013

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    ... and they certainly don't stop at pedestrian crossings, so the only way to cross the road is to walk out quickly into the almost ceaseless traffic and hold your hand out to indicate "please don't run me over".
    About an hour after we got back to our room, the phone rang and it was Amir, a chap I'd been messaging with on Trip Advisor, who'd asked if I could bring some stamps from Australia. I'd spoken with him a couple of times on the phone since we'd been in Iran. ...

    Time to say goodbye

    A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Apr 18, 2013

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    ... Qeshm, Ahwaz, Chabahar, Yazd, Semnan...yet they had no food, electricity, clinics, schools and other things to have a simple life. Other things that you would expect a country as rich as this should be able to provide for it's people. I was so sad to see when I was in Ahwaz that although this is a city producing it's own gas and exporting it to neighbouring countries, yet it's own people fill up their cars with gas capsules and I can only imagine how many fatalities that could ...