Tehran Grand

No. 2 Valieasr and Motahari Avenue, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tehran

Goodbye Armenia, I'll be back

A travel blog entry by matt_werner


... saints - setting records.

A short walk away was Saint Gayane Church but it was being used for a wedding at the time and we couldn’t go in. The bride and groom walked past on their way out, I could see why he was locking her in.


A Taste of Tehran

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... were beat! So Naser led me to a great little local restaurant in the bazaar area. Good tucker....lamb kebab & barbery rice, saffron chicken, salad, yoghurt(with mint & rose sprinkled on top) & my first 'Islamic beer' (non alcoholic of course and not even remotely like the taste of beer,but lemony & refreshing). Actually quite good.
More metro & walking traffic clogged streets got us back to home base after dark.
An action packed first day. Tomorrow, Qazvin!

Man and woman / Mann und Frau

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad


27.9.2013 Tehran (IR) Km: 27958 Man and woman / Mann und Frau

After a restless night, I continue towards Tehran. From the Caspian Sea I have to climb first 3000 meters of altitude. Again it an enchanting landscape. Unfortunately, the traffic is increasing more and more towards Tehran, because today, Friday, it's Sunday for the Iranians and many go to the mountains for picnic. More and more I approach the giant metropolis of Tehran and find a hotel in the centre. ...

My 12 days with hijab

A travel blog entry by irelandbound


... my feminist, non-religious perspective, is the state imposition of a dress code, under Sharia law, on women and girls (from age 9). It goes deeper than throwing on a hair covering and making sure arms, legs and the shape of one's bottom is covered before heading out the door - not such a big deal when you're used to it, although women seem to have to constantly adjust and check it (I had to, because of slippage of scarf and creeping up of top!) and it does seem ...

A day in the life of Tehran

A travel blog entry by dornalar


... Every day in Iran starts and ends with a place in the queue for fresh bread. Ah the heavenly smell of fresh cooked bread straight from the oven! There is a variety of flat bread available in Iran and even the smallest neighbourhood will have its Nanvayi or bread shop. Photos of some of the local nans (bread) have been attached. Locals stand patiently in line and discussions about local economy, family and health issues and mild philosophical subjects are carried on with people ...

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This hotel, located on No. 2 Valieasr and Motahari Avenue, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Pasargadae, Khajou Bridge, and Si-o-Se Bridge.
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