Dibai House

Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Esfahan

    Esfahan (or Isfahan)

    A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 22, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... were collected to use on the farms. Sadly, most have been gazumped by chemical fertilisers. Khaju bridge is the most impressive of the many bridges spanning the (at the moment) dry river bed. With incredible acoustics in the lower arches, people practiced their singing there. We had a peaceful walk in some lovely gardens, saw a very old bridge, then decided on a quiet afternoon after a late lunch. Tomorrow we go to Shiraz. I don't hold much hope for a nice drop of ...

    Qom - Esfahan (Iran)

    A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 29, 2014

    88 photos

    ... on. We sat in the square park for the rest of the late afternoon and early evening and got given popcorn, honey puffs, berries and tea by surrounding locals. We had one last spot to visit the next day which was an Armenian church. It is very rare to come across a church in Iran and this one had breathtaking floor to ceiling, wall to wall fresco paintings inside. After a look around the church and the neighbouring Armenian genocide museum it was time to head to the truck and leave ...

    A Royal Garden, Carpets & on to Esfahan

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 25, 2013

    Lazy morning.....the bus doesn't leave til 1:30pm.
    A cool & pleasant day. Naser & Masi accompanied me to the Bagh-e Dolat Abad, a palace garden once the residence of Persian regent Karim Khan Zand. Built in 1750, it follows the classic Persian model but is rather large. Symmetrical with evergreens lining the long fountain, fruit trees (pomegranates, olives, etc) and the tallest badgir windcatcher in Iran. We inspected ...

    Interesting driver changes

    A travel blog entry by matt_werner on Oct 20, 2013

    14 photos

    ... I could stretch my legs right out without touching the seat in front.

    The bus driver on the other hand was a bit of a worry and not just because he looked like Saddam’s long lost brother - normally I’d say he looked like he’d been on a 3 day bender and woke up a few hours ago in a gutter, but as this in Iran where you can't just go and ...

    Glorious Esfahan

    A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Aug 03, 2013

    8 photos

    After a cold shower, which was fine by me, and a breakfast of boiled egg and carrot jam and flatbread, we went on a tour of the city with Sayeed. The drive around was in heavy traffic which was typical of eastern big cities with people merrily beeping indiscriminately and ignoring most signals and other vehicles. It all seemed to flow in some kind of synchronised chaos. Motorbikes here apparently are pedestrian and wonder on and ...