Farhang Hotel

off Emam Khomeini Street, Yazd, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yazd

Yazd - Kermen (Iran)

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet


... but still used system) of air conditioning. The richer homes have eight vents in their wind tower while the poorer have only two or four vents. When you stand inside under the wind tower vents you can feel the cool air, which we discovered at a large wind tower in a garden. We started off our tourist day with a visit to a Fire Temple where there is an eternal flame and not much else. We then took a half hour walk through the back streets in the severe heat to a water museum ...

The proof is in the desert

A travel blog entry by hanush


... water from beneath the mountain foothills, into the town. They are dug by pickaxe, by men specialising in this risky sort of subterranean engineering. A musuem illustrating their efforts displays claustrophobia-inducing photographs - the tunnels are about 60cm wide, and perhaps 140 cm high. The only safety equipment is a padded cotton hat, and an acetylene lantern. The men wear white clothes for two reasons, visibility, and also to be their shroud ...

An Ancient City Moulded by the Desert

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... sits on the edge of the great desert region of Iran & has a character molded accordingly. To the N & E the two big deserts, the Dasht-e Kavir & the Dasht-e Lut stretch for hundreds & hundreds of kilometers towards Turkmenistan & Afghanistan. Each year they send fearsome sand storms & scorching summer heat to torment Yazdis. Their traditional architecture reflects this - especially the badgirs( wind catching towers) that pepper the Old ...

Yazd, Iran: Oldest Town on Earth?

A travel blog entry by samber

This is a top pick!

... in a greasy kebab house for the night. Sorry Iran but your evenings suck. What also sucks is having a check out of 9am. 9AM - who the hell enforces a check out at that hour? My alarm doesn't function until at least an hour later than that. What's worse is we had to hang around until 7:30pm for our overnight bus to Mashhad. Sam managed to get us a later check out of 10:30am but it still made for a very long day. The overnight bus to Mashhad was comfortable enough ...

Get lost... but not for long!

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome


... now dead.
Oh well walking back to the hotel was fun going through all the old
streets. Steve got bullied by some kids
trying to get money and not letting him past.
We found an old quaint where the water used to flow for city use so
decided to go check it out. It was quite
far down and cool and looks like quite a few people also found it with the amount
of empty bottles and used it as a toilet at the ...


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