Hajihasani

Address: Chahar Baq Avenue, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Chahar Baq Avenue, Esfahan.
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Travel Blogs from Esfahan

Jóia preciosa do Iran | Precious of Iran

A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Oct 02, 2014

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... questions: "hello ... nice to meet, where are u from?". These questions were followed by an unexpected "do u have a husband?". I was already used to a certain way with this kind of question in Turkey, but always coming from men and not as that young girls. Well, naturally I immediately replied that I hadn’t. I always noticed a certain sadness, or sometimes "interest" in the look when people discovered the answer. But these girls were "strangely" curious, of course ...

Can't find a man?

A travel blog entry by wallsy on Sep 08, 2014

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Met old mate Paul briefly this morning to say gday and have a bite, then went separate directions... to shop. Wandering around different stalls, buying ****, is not really my style, but I kinda felt obliged to take some of this rubbish home. With that goal in mind... mission accomplished!

I poked my head inside Masjed-e Shah, aka Imam Mosque, and quickly set a lap ...

Esfahantastic!

A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 06, 2014

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... that seemed to touch on us all.

We wandered through the city's Grand Bazaar to enter and exit; here we first noted a major contrast with Turkey- where the vendors were persistent, frantic and near-belligerent in the previous land, here they were laid back and sincere. The enquiries about one's home were made out of curiosity, and when departing after a browse, one is warmly thanked without being chased halfway down the passage for ...

Isfahan Day 2

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 31, 2014

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... a pleasant surprise.

*The exterior of the church resembles a mosque but inside the walls & ceilings are more or less entirely covered with murals depicting biblical stories. Actually after the turquoise magnificence of the mosques we saw yesterday, it is very dark & severe. It is heaving with Iranian tourists spending their Eid holiday in Isfahan.

*On our way to the Jameh Mosque we walk to a famous nougat shop to purchase 'gaz' ...

Glorious Esfahan (26 & 27 Oct)

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 27, 2013

... Islamic art but I didn't expect the wonderful frescoes of Chehel Sotun Palace. They feature court scenes, battles, processions in vibrant color, very well preserved. In one of them Shah Tahmasp receives Humayun, the Indian Mughal prince who fled to Persia in 1543 (he will go back to reconquer Delhi & father the great Akbar).
A memorable afternoon visit to an Aladdin's cave of a teahouse, full of antique lamps, Sufi paraphernalia, ...

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