Tehran Grand

Address: No. 2 Valieasr and Motahari Avenue, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on No. 2 Valieasr and Motahari Avenue, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Khajou Bridge, and Pasargadae.
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        Travel Blogs from Tehran

        Alamut Valley - cont'd

        A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

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        ... family that was having a picnic (Iranians have picnics anywhere we found no matter what the locations is even along a busy road). When they saw us they started calling out for us to come and join them. This is really touching and it makes me sad that when tourism takes off here this behavior will definitely change.

        As there was nobody around when we hiked up the gorge I immediately took of my headscarf. It is really hot with these things and until I needed ...

        One job undone, lots to undo

        A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 06, 2014

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        ... could depart with a certain British embassy-bordering street remaining unvisited. And sure enough, our bus passed the compound- but the far side! I rushed up the aisle to entreat our hosts for a pause, that I could sojourn at full speed to our own nation's place of pilgrimage in Iran, but to no avail. Conscious of the nine fellow travellers to whom the task meant nothing, I stopped short of full Uzbek embassy-mode prostration, and slunk dejected back to ...

        Tehran (Iran)

        A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 24, 2014

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        ... Most of the clothing was catered towards older women so we decided to escape the overwhelming crowds and go back to the more modern part of the bazaar which wasn't quite as bustling. We all succeeded in finding a second outfit (mine consisted of black tights and a shirt dress long enough for the minimum knee length requirement). After a successful but tiring shopping expedition we met the boys for lunch at a local restaurant where you sat on rugs and cushions. ...

        Passport gone, video there!

        A travel blog entry by julius1991 on Mar 11, 2014

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        ... financial help and resources needed for the upkeep of this magnificent place.

        After another night in Esfahan, where we reunited with many old friends that became dear to us, we finally departed to Tehran. Bram's and Reinier's flight was at 4.00am on wednesday the 12. How sad we were to part ways. But as the Germans say - everything has an end, except the sausage which has two (Alles hat ein Ende, nur die Wurst hat zwei). Reinier produced a ...

        Dizin is Amazing!!

        A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 22, 2013

        ... the next day at above market rate! I was very glad to hear this because initially the hotel in Dizin offered to convert the money for me but at only 10% of its value! I think he'd never seen Kuwaiti Dinars before... Yesterday though he changed his mind after confirming the rate with the Central Bank of all things...

        This was a silly oversight not taking a more familiar currency in with me. ...

        Traveler Photos Tehran Grand

        Anti-US mural
        Tehran, Iran