Gostaresh Hotel

Abrasan Crossroad , Tabriz, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tabriz

First I walked, and then Iran

A travel blog entry by hanush


... spent two days there "acclimatising", getting my head around the money (far too many zeros, and the locals use a different unit to what is actually printed on the notes), the traffic (no road rules, just the laws of physics, and even these are open to interpretation) and the language. I visited the sights in town (the poet's memorial was impressive) and out (a small village called Kandovan in the mountains, where rooms, stables and even a 5 star hotel have been carved out of ...

Tabriz, Iran: Hejab & Sandcastles of Kandovan

A travel blog entry by samber

This is a top pick!

... The journey itself was pleasant and was spent either staring out the window or dozing. Stopped off at a couple of roadside cafes along the way - kebabs grilled over coals, piles of pomegranates. A lady kept tutting at Sam's naked feet in flipflops and eventually came over and offered him a pair of socks which was very sweet as it was quite cold. The border was simple enough. Everyone seemed fascinated with our passports so of course we were the last to get ...

Azari Heartland - Tabriz (6&7 Oct)

A travel blog entry by chagger1


... br> Tabriz is a big city (4m?), full of traffic& congestion. Modern shops, tree lined streets, an enormous covered bazaar with a maze of snaking streets & caravanserai....They're digging a Metro which should ease the traffic.
An afternoon seeing the city sights....
First stop was almost next door to our hotel - Arg-e Tabriz, the old city gate/citadel. This early C14 colossus has survived the many earthquakes that afflict the region when ...

Felted / Wurde gefilzt

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad


... to carry the entire luggage into the hall to check. I then laughed at him until I noticed is serious. But then I laughed again and said 'no'. He noted that there is a lot of effort to carry any baggage so far and called his boss. He said ‘ok, we check anything here’. So I had to open each bag and unpack. After the check my luggage was distributed over the parking area and he stressed me out that I had to go immediately to the Passport Control. Surprised, because I ...

Driving chaos and Ramadan night picnics

A travel blog entry by p45


... soon
started enjoying himself while driving in this chaos.
Ania was usually
closing her eyes. We parked up and looked for a place to eat. All the
restaurants were filled with people as it was just after sunset and
it was the Ramadan's first meal of the day. We finally found one
restaurant under the ground and had tomato soup and chicken with
rice. After the dinner we went to see the Blue Mosque but ...

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This hotel, located on Abrasan Crossroad , Tabriz, is near Imam Reza Holy Shrine.
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