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... t want to work with us anymore after a heated argument with Suse so we ended up with the guide Suse had wanted and had been initially dealing with. So on our final day in Tehran we visited the palace which was now open. You had to buy separate tickets for each room in the palace so we just bought one combo ticket to three rooms. All the rooms had amazing mirror work and it was amusing to observe the Iranian men check themselves out in the mirrors. In our short time ...
... lake, there was a clear shift in the casual demeanour of the Iranians. The women tensely shuffled around preparing their covering outfits to fulfil the law and people were gathering with an air of nervousness. We docked, and without any word, we remained seated for another hour, in which time Nasrin and Aryan explained that we must wait for the next train to arrive and we needed to be allocated new tickets in groups of four. We became immediately rather nervous, and just ...
... or dead of winter. Temperature wise this was the perfect time to go. A number of restaurants were closed however due to it being end of season. Overall we thoroughly enjoyed our time in Iran and would highly recommend it. Why it's portrayed as a dangerous country I've no idea as it's been by far the safest place we've ever visited. Likes: People - Extremely helpful, genuine and gentle by nature. Mosques - The ornate coloured ceramic work is beautiful as are all the ...
... wont have come cheap!
Cars on the roads are modernish, if a little battered; the freeways in good shape. And Tehran's famed traffic didn't disappoint - we were soon enveloped by evening snarls as we closed in on the centre.
The Hotel Atlas is not flash but is clean, comfy & quiet. Friendly greeting from Mahdi on the desk, who, true to his name, delivered me unto a paradise where I could ...
... count, as it was not only very unique, but it was a Japanese car which is uncommon there.
Until very recently Iran was still manufacturing 1967 "Hillman Hunters"
under the name Paykan from the old presses sold to them by the British
Company Rootes group after it collapsed back in the 70's.
Its really interesting to see these new "old" cars.
So in the aid of keeping the Iranian car industry like that going, if
you try and import a car into Iran, you have to pay ...