Chahar Baq Avenue, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Chahar Baq Avenue, Esfahan.
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Isfahan Day 2

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 31, 2014

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... effect you will see in one of the photos.

*We stop for tea in the Palace Garden Teahouse where we are treated with pistachio & almond ice cream and many more conversations with curious Iranians. We receive several offers of hospitality in their various home cities.

*Next we visit the Armenian quarter on the South side of the city, an area called New Jolfe. It dates from 17 C when Shah Abbas 'invited ' Armenian artisans from Jolfe ...

A Royal Garden, Carpets & on to Esfahan

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 25, 2013

... the very popular Shahrzad Restaurant, a city institution. Great decor - Qajar style wall paintings, stained glass, mirror work etc. A bustling atmosphere, rather like Sydney Yum Cha on a Sun lunch. Brisk service, good food ( lamb shanks, mixed kebab, salad); locals queueing at the door for a table.
After, we strolled down to the once flowing Zayandeh R to see the famous Si-o-Seh Bridge with its 33 golden floodlit arches. Pity about ...

Interesting driver changes

A travel blog entry by matt_werner on Oct 20, 2013

14 photos

... centimetre.

We had dinner across the road from our hotel at the Abassi Hotel, the soup is a famous local dish that, although looking like green sludge, was quite good. It was a great setup there too, the building had been a caravanserai for hundreds of years previously and now the courtyard was used for restaurants with plenty of locals and tourists enjoying the night. Tip: it does get packed ...

Esfahan, Iran: City of Mosques & Fountains

A travel blog entry by samber on Oct 13, 2013

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... contestant for those not sad enough to be in the know) models for the men and even fattequins to display clothes for the more voluptuous figure. The women mannequins are slightly more normal but I fail to see how any of the dresses could ever be worn by one of the black cloth clad ladies admiring the same when the dresses look as if they've come straight from an episode of Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. Maybe they're allowed to have their legs, shoulders ...

Feeling hot hot hot

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Aug 02, 2013

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... and the world’s smallest book (which was a bible), and a wall about the genocide from the Turks on the Armenians. Last stop was the shaking minarets, but they don’t shake anymore so we decided to just take some pics from the outside and then head back to the hostel and get Goa organised. We did make a slightly unscheduled stop at a mountain with a castle on top which you could climb but we decided to give a miss.


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