Esfahan Tourist Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Just a quick update to say that we are alive and well. At the moment we are in Esfahan and will head further north, and then east along the Caspian sea in the coming days. Unfortunately our internet connection in Iran isn't all too stable, ...
... Então decidi explicar pelo primeiro ex marido, achei mais fácil. E respondi: "ele arrumou outra esposa, e foi embora". Mas me peguei numa situação ainda mais complicada porque no islamismo isso não seria um grande problema, mesmo hoje em dia, se fosse feito da maneira correta pra eles, um homem poderia ter duas esposas, aliás até 4. Então expliquei que na minha cultura isso nao é comum. Não é "certo" (como é complexo o conceito de certo para culturas tão distintas). E ...
I think the last 2 blog entries loaded, even though I was getting the blocked site message. After the overnight train to Esfahan, we decided to rest, then head off for sightseeing about midday. We needed to get to the religious sites today (Thursday), because Friday was a special day of celebration, not just the usual prayer day. We started off at Vank church, an Armenian church built in 1655. What was most interesting inside was that it had paintings of scenes ...
... the amazing Iman Square and its surroundings. It is a big city of over 1.5 million people. It has been a capital city twice in its history, most notably during the Safavid era (17 Century ) when Shah Abas the Great set about to transform Isfahan into a city worthy of an empire at its zenith. The legacy is the sublime Imam Square, second in size, but much more beautiful than Tiananmen Square in Beijing. It is not actually square but rectangular, measuring 512 ...
... a bustling centre of picnicking nightlife. Almost every inch of grass was now occupied by families enjoying picnics and kicking balls around with their young kids. It was actually nice to see this display as had it been anywhere else in the world there would have been the section of drunken idiots causing mischief. Even if the locals do brew alcohol at home they still have enough respect not to bring it into public spaces like this (and also they would probably be beaten by ...