Dibai House

Address: Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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        Jóia preciosa do Iran | Precious of Iran

        A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Oct 02, 2014

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        ... de árvores, apesar do clima tão seco quanto Shiraz, percebi um cuidado em manter imensas áreas vezes, parques lindíssimos que dá vontade de sentar e passar o dia ali embaixo daquelas árvores. Bem, e é exatamente isso que os iranianos fazem. Como comentei, eles são experts em picnic, vem com toda a família, trazem seus tapetes persas imensos, garrafas e mais garrafas de chá e todas as delicias iranianas. Eles realmente sabem aproveitar o país. Viajam muito dentro do ...


        A travel blog entry by wallsy on Sep 07, 2014

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        ... up to something!

        I met old mate again later, busting out the infamous treasure map in search of another elusive culinary mecca, pun intended.. We eventually tracked it down... a cool, old converted bathhouse. Interesting venue... and a meatball the size of my head! Sweet.

        Strolling home I also got chatting to Hossein. He reckons he has whiskey. This could be interesting...


        A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 06, 2014

        43 photos

        ... br> E: Dinner that night was slightly pricier (not pricier than the carpet!), for the valid reason that we feasted at the Shahrzad hotel, one of the oldest caravanserais in the nation. I must declare my distraction during the evening, as Cill Chainnigh had just pilfered a brace of goals early in the second half of the hurling final to lead by 5, and as I lost wifi on leaving our lodgings, things seemed decidedly bleak for the Premier. ...

        Qom - Esfahan (Iran)

        A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 29, 2014

        88 photos

        ... mosque to pray basically all day so everything completely shuts down. So first of all we got to go into the gated shut bazaar as the man was friends with the watchman who opened up the gates for us. He then gave us a demonstration of the stamping process they use to make the patterned linen cloths and one small cloth caught my eye so he did end up getting a sale off us although it was only about $8. He then mentioned that he also had a carpet store and one of the guys with us ...

        Ali's Shop & many candles

        A travel blog entry by julius1991 on Feb 27, 2014

        ... years back, the river is dry most of the year. The bridges however prove to be a focal point of social life in Esfahan. In hidden corners, Iranian men and women have first dates, in pathways on the lower tier of one bridge, men are singing together and dancing (of course I could not resist the temptation to join in) and young people are happily strolling around. Since there are no nightclubs or bars in Iran, young people take it to the outdoors to mingle socially. ...