Esfahan Tourist Hotel

Abbas Abad St., Chahar Bagh Ave., Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Esfahan

Beautiful Esfahan

A travel blog entry by durgai.nath


What a beautiful city, with its tea stalls and mosques. We made many friends in this town and met interesting travellers at the hostel. We had a problem with Pluto, our van, and went to get it checked. We left Pluto with the mechanic and asked him to give it a look, that we'd be back in 1 hour. When we did get back the whole engine had been …

Couchsurfing in Iran

A travel blog entry by hanush


... day. The buildings in central Isfahan are just breathtaking. Imam Square (second only to Tianemen Square in size) used to be use for polo matches. The old goal posts (pillars of rock) are still standing, although the only horses there now are pulling a carriage for rides around the perimeter. The mosques are beautiful, with such vibrant explosions of colour, especially around the entrances. The tilework makes their Turkish ...

Esfahan, Iran: City of Mosques & Fountains

A travel blog entry by samber

... contestant for those not sad enough to be in the know) models for the men and even fattequins to display clothes for the more voluptuous figure. The women mannequins are slightly more normal but I fail to see how any of the dresses could ever be worn by one of the black cloth clad ladies admiring the same when the dresses look as if they've come straight from an episode of Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. Maybe they're allowed to have their legs, shoulders ...

How Bizarre

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen


... which opened out into a vast building with open air central areas and high done ceilings with delicious Islamic decoration all in blue and yellows. To date I have seen a more impressive mosque, having visited the Mohammed Ali Mosque in Egypt and Blue Mosque in Turkey. The acoustics were incredible even the slight rustling of a Rial note echoed several times and heard by all in the area. The heat once again took its toll and we were accosted by ...

Erdington to Esfahan!

A travel blog entry by p45


... We ate it and left in a rush reassuring the guy that we loved it.. We got to the main square and were really stunned with it's charm. We were really happy to be back to this
beautiful place once again after visiting it 4 years ago. Everything on the
square was closed so we just had a walk. Everywhere around us were
families sitting on their blankets picnicking around the fountains. The Iranians are famous for their picics, they go all out and ...


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