Badeleh Hotel

Address: Km 10, Neka Road, Sari, Iran | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Km 10, Neka Road, Sari.
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      Travel Blogs from Sari

      Great Un-Expectations

      A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Jul 30, 2014

      ... we would go onto a traditional gated community that had invited us. We were told it was at least a 10 hour drive so we were keen to push on. What was about to happen this day however, was completely unexpected.

      We were one of the first to leave and took to the back streets to try and avoid any traffic. These were more interesting roads anyway even if a little bit slower. We were learning however that the Iranians are late to bed and late to rise so the roads ...

      Get lost in the Jungle in the middle of Winter

      A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Feb 07, 2013

      16 photos

      ... in this jungle and in Persian, estan means a place of...for example golestan means a place where there are flowers (gol in Persian means flower), so Alimastan means a place where the fruit Alime is found.

      This was a short one day hike. I don't really have much to say about it, so I will just load some pictures.
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      Seaside frolics

      A travel blog entry by hhchua on Apr 15, 2011

      13 photos

      ... after another burger for lunch.

      I finally arrive at the beach and pay as much for an ice-cream as the 3 hour van ride to Chalus. In general inter-city transportation is very inexpensive. The van ride is 25000 IR (less than US$2.50).

      The beach is fairly busy with picknicking families. Pup tents are set up to provide shade and nap areas. Many bring elaborate picnics and their own grills for kebabs or use the public grills. Many set ...

      The urbanite sheep

      A travel blog entry by samuelfensterhe on Dec 03, 2010

      2 photos

      ... s house.

      I’d expected that all of us would bundle into their flat and start a mini party, but I wasn’t even warm. Rather than loud music in the after party I’d been expecting there was a porky man dragging a sheep down the road. The coincidence of a passing sheep at 2 in the morning was too much to resist and I was compelled to get a photo with it. Slowly, it transpired that this urbanite sheep was not just fond of city living but had ...

      Carniverous or cashless?

      A travel blog entry by samuelfensterhe on Dec 02, 2010

      1 photo

      ... colured patchwork. Spersed amongst the extreme bouts of colour were stands stacked high with fish. Every once in a while an assortment of ducks and turkeys about to face their death could be seen. These creatures had their legs tied so that they were unable to escape and were sprawled out on the dirty pavement. Meanwhile, their sellers screeched out inordinate prices at the top of their voice ...