Azarbayjan Hotel

Address: North Shariati Street, Tabriz, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on North Shariati Street, Tabriz, is near Imam Reza Holy Shrine.
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    Travel Blogs from Tabriz

    Rest day at my friends' home

    A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Sep 04, 2014


    ... bit; and stripped down for my first shower in three days, I notice my spare tire is going flat. So maybe it's a good thing that my beard trimmer doesn't work; a bushy beard may hide some new or deeper wrinkles and hollow cheeks. I feel great but I probably should work harder at eating more. In talking to some other riders about their weight change experiences, they say that all the men, even those that started out pretty lean, lose weight. The fat ones lose ...

    Tikme Dash to Tabriz the long way

    A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Sep 03, 2014

    It had to come sooner or later - i.e. getting a wee bit off track (but not lost). I'm getting in such fine shape that an extra 25 km onto a 92 km ride is NBD.

    The day started out great. Overnight was cool enough to force us into our sleeping bags, a rare occurrence, and I in particular got a great night sleep. I seem to have adjusted body and mind to the routine of cycle touring. We had a late breakfast so as to delay our arrival at the Tabriz ...

    Eat, fatty...

    A travel blog entry by wallsy on Sep 02, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... hitting the road. Thanks for having me mate... been a pleasure!

    It was my first longer hop, jumping on the overnight bus to Tehran, and I must say I was impressed. Big, comfy seats, no ridiculous movie, a coolbox full of drinks and even snacks! It was all teeth rotting rubbish, but better than a slap in the testes. It was enough to forgive the hour broken down on the side of the road at 3am. I woke up in town drooling on myself... can't have been all bad!

    My first day in Iran

    A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Aug 25, 2014

    4 photos

    ... adventure but my life is in Allah's hands! The pilot just swung around for a second successful attempt which earned a round of applause from an almost full load of grateful passengers. Apparently it is a fairly common occurrence. Getting through Passport Control was the next point where the wheels could come off or at least rattle my adventure plans. I arrived well armed with an expensive but cool looking visa with Arabic script and a ...

    First I walked, and then Iran

    A travel blog entry by hanush on Dec 01, 2013

    16 photos

    ... contact with people (of both sexes) as you go about your day. It's a nice little acknowledgement of your fellow humans. In Turkey, the only interaction is with men, never women. In Iran however, despite the headscarves and chadors (the black coverall), women in the street meet your eye, smile, and even stop you for a chat to practise their english. They seem far more outgoing, and friendly, than their turkish countparts. Certainly far more outgoing than their conservative ...