Azadi Hotel

Farabi St, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Esfahan

Khayli Khob! as the locals say;-)

A travel blog entry by sheikha



So we started our day at 9am, first stop was the oldest mosque in Esfahan, that dates back to 1000 years if not more. Jame'e mosque or Friday mosque, is one of the best examples of Islamic architecture, as it had all the elements of design, and the majority of the patterns are being used nowadays by graphic designers in the Arab …

How i yearned to see your beauty;-)

A travel blog entry by sheikha



I woke up quite early, even though i hadn't slept till 3am! the cabin next to us had kids that were quite restless, to say the very least ;-@ I forgot to mention, the train we were in is by far the most luxurious we've been far hehehe they've got T.V's, a sitting area that turns into a bed, complimentary juices and cakes, …

Couchsurfing in Iran

A travel blog entry by hanush


... inside their house at all), but they were very much part of the team. Everyone spoke excellent english. I arrived late, but a chicken and eggplant cassarole was waiting (delicious!) which we ate on the floor. I embarrassed myself with my lack of flexibility, trying to sit crosslegged. The girls were in fits of laughter trying to imitate me. It was great to be back around students again.

Adel acted as my guide around Isfahan ...

Esfahan, Iran: City of Mosques & Fountains

A travel blog entry by samber

... line boulevards lined with shops and restaurants which is busy but not suffocating. As with the other cities there is a bazaar full of scarfs, shoes, spices, clothes, carpets etc etc. It's not quite as enchanting as Tabriz but much calmer and more pleasant to stroll through than Tehran. One thing we have marvelled at are the clothes and evil looking mannequins - full on Chucky lookalikes displaying children's clothes and 'Rylan'esque (super gay UK ...

How Bizarre

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen


... the hostel and a small lunch in relatively cool conditions, especially after a cold shower. I am finding hard to eat the same as normal following sickness and the heat and the bottom half of my head in narrower than the top half for the first time since I can remember. Back to the Imam Square to see the mosques and palace however the Ladies only mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and Palace closed. We did gain entrance to the Imam Mosque, built ...


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