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... was also just beautiful.
After that we decided to call it a day and relax in the wonderful outdoor area that our hotel had. We are a bit over Iranian cities with all their noise and traffic. Alex made the true comment that Iranian cities are as chaotic as Asian ones, but without the fun (like food and night markets).
As our flight to Istanbul would not leave until 4am in the morning we had quite a lot of time to relax. ...
... little detail of the streets we would have never found the hotels. So whenever we came close to a city I navigated Alex with the help of the maps on the computer to the hotels. They are really brilliant.
In the evening I was looking forward to some nice non kebab food. So far I have been true to my promise and eaten breakfast, ice cream and donuts to avoid having another kebab. To be on the safe side we decided to eat in the hotel restaurant as surely they ...
... the poetry of Hafez, their most famous poet. Though others would support the claim of the poet Sa'di who wrote of his love of roses and gardens. Both were from Shiraz, both have their burial places here, both are in gardens.
Yes there are mosques and shrines (one to the brother of Imam Reza who you might recall featured in Mashad) and a whole series of bazaars one of which has a lovely caravanserai. But it's gardens and poets really.
... spoke no English. Soon took his bag of snacks, and before I could blink one of them offered me a snack already putting in my hand. It was delicious. I thanked her with a smile and a sign of satisfaction, followed by "merci" (thank you in Farsi). I was really hungry. Packed up our beds, they closed our cabin and were put at ease, no scarves, no gowns, as if they were at home, and there we were "free". We woke up the next day and arriving in Shiraz the lady asked me if ...
... to Ethiopians, and were welcomed through the imposing Gate of All Nations to have their grievances and requests heard by the emperor.
Highlight: Discovering Nasir-al-molk in the morning, and having it all to myself for half an hour. Sitting alone quietly in that beautiful room, watching the morning sun streaming through the windows was really special.
Lowlight: Hard to find one to be honest, Shiraz was great. Maybe the lack of ...