Firouzeh Hotel

Dolat Abadi Alley, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tehran

Tehran - Day 2

A travel blog entry by ciara1

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Today was a really busy day. I left at 9am this morning and just arrived back at 6.30pm.

Today is Friday so that means that nearly everything is closed and the streets are really quiet. (Well as quiet as a city can get when 16m people live in it.) I stayed up until around 2am last night trying to figure out what I was going to do today …

Happy Christmas from Iran

A travel blog entry by ciara1

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Yesterday (24th) was very warm in Tehran – about 15oC which in a city with constant traffic and the sun shining is very warm. I started the day at the Golestan Palace which is only about 20 mins walk from the hotel. It’s a collection of buildings dating from various kings but the most splendid were from the 19th

Tehran

A travel blog entry by ciara1

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I walked to the foreign exchange place. I changed 250 euros and I got 4.6 million Iranian Rials!! I knew I'd be a millionaire some day! Everything is really cheap - museums are around 50c entry, a bottle of water is 40c, a full meal at lunch time was around 3 euros - rice and chicken kebab and a mineral. My hotel is 15 euros a night which is really …

First impressions

A travel blog entry by hhchua

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It seems like I've been planning this trip forever, or at least since 2009 when this exhibition on Shah Abbas really pushed it to the top of my destination list. I am so happy to finally be in Iran!

Initial impressions

  • Posters and billboards of Ayatollah Khomeini everywhere and all shops, hotels and restaurants have his photo …

Persian hospitality

A travel blog entry by alexgrange

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Normally the loss of money would not really bother me. The problem I had was that due to America's trade embargoes on Iran, the use of foreign credit cards or changing travellers cheques is impossible. So I had an envelope with all my money for Iran. Luckily I only had a small part of that in my wallet at the airport. So my time in Iran would be …

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This hotel, located on Dolat Abadi Alley, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Pasargadae, Khajou Bridge, and Si-o-Se Bridge.
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