Azarbayjan Hotel

North Shariati Street, Tabriz, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tabriz

How do you even pronounce a triangle?

A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Jul 29, 2014

... to explain to black market money changer who appears at door that you don't want to change 50 dollars to Iranian rials, but rather only 3 dollars to pay for car wash. Receive receipt (possibly), drive through car wash and enter Iran.
11. Spend 6 hours in car park waiting for rest of convoy to receive carnet de passage from dubious Iranian.

The sight of our car emerging brought a cheer from the group of waiting Mongoleers and it was a sense of achievement being ...

First I walked, and then Iran

A travel blog entry by hanush on Dec 01, 2013

16 photos

... warnings about how awful the city was, I actually really enjoyed myself. Azadi square is very impressive (I wish the sky were clearer in the photos), and it was fun to go past the old US embassy and see the famous anti-American graffiti on the walls. I was as discreet as I could be when photographing the embassy, but I still collected a policeman as a result. He escorted me for the rest of the day, and aside from nodding or shaking his head when I pulled out my camera, ...

Tabriz, Iran: Hejab & Sandcastles of Kandovan

A travel blog entry by samber on Oct 08, 2013

107 photos

... to be a nice place located on an intersection near a park and the bazaar. English speaking staff too which helped. As it was quite late when we arrived we ventured out for a quick bite to eat before calling it a night. Next day we woke to glorious blue skies and crisp sunshine which suited me fine when having to wear jeans, long sleeve shirt, light trench jacket and headscarf. We visited our first mosque. The Blue Mosque (Kabud Mosque) which was once the jewel of ...

Azari Heartland - Tabriz (6&7 Oct)

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 07, 2013

1 comment, 61 photos

... the villagers still live in their cave dwellings. It's not as extensive as Cappadocia but still has the troglodytic quality. It must be perilous climbing those steep stone steps in winter snow.
Two good meals in Tabriz; tried several more local dishes including Azari green lentil soup, Tabrizi kofte (giant meatball with a cherry in the center), lamb shank, and my first taste of the national favorite dizi (a soup/stew meal where you separate the ...

Felted / Wurde gefilzt

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Sep 23, 2013

6 photos

... die auf dem Pass aufgebaut ist. Als ich mit dem Töff ankam begrüssten mich die Zöllner herzlich. Es kam dann einer, der Englisch kann und er hat mich durch die ganze Zollabfertigung begleitet und alles organisiert dass ich mein Ausreisestempel bekam. Allerding war nicht so nett als er sagte, ich müsste alles Gepäck in die Halle tragen um zu überprüfen. Ich habe ihn dann ausgelacht, solange bis ich gemerkt habe er meint es ernst. Dann habe ich aber wieder gelacht und ...


This hotel, located on North Shariati Street, Tabriz, is near Imam Reza Holy Shrine.
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