Hotel Jey Negin

Address: Jey Street, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jey Street, 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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... to explain why I no longer had my husband. And in this case I was referring to the last one, of course! He is such a special guy, so dear, I didn’t know how to tell them. It's hard to explain even to people of the same culture. So I decided to explain the reason from my first divorced, I found it easier considering my first husband. And I said, "he got another wife, and just left me." But I put myself in a situation even more complicated because in Islam it ...

Can't find a man?

A travel blog entry by wallsy on Sep 08, 2014

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... a cool rooftop place for dinner, devoured a solid chicken kabab (unfortunately not the size of my head), then parted ways with old mate... we're heading different directions tomorrow. Been a pleasure.

In other news, Iranian blokes keep asking me to hook them up with an Australian bride. They're generally nice lads, well dressed, know how to skin a goat... any takers?


A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 06, 2014

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... bridled- for the returns of the Twelfth Imam and Jesus Christ. The terrace provided stunning views over the buildings to the Zagros, but the highlight was the magnificent music room, so designed that recitals could be clearly heard throughout the five floors beneath. The Iran of the Safavids, it became further evident, was as sensual as the current administration is ascetic.

Our last sites were tinged with an unsettling poignancy- the ...

Qom - Esfahan (Iran)

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 29, 2014

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... a bustling centre of picnicking nightlife. Almost every inch of grass was now occupied by families enjoying picnics and kicking balls around with their young kids. It was actually nice to see this display as had it been anywhere else in the world there would have been the section of drunken idiots causing mischief. Even if the locals do brew alcohol at home they still have enough respect not to bring it into public spaces like this (and also they would probably be beaten by ...

Ali's Shop & many candles

A travel blog entry by julius1991 on Feb 27, 2014

On the 27th, Reinier and Bram finally arrive from the Netherlands. We pick up our rented car first thing in the morning and start traveling towards Esfahan from Tehran. The ride is about 5 to 6 hours long and the barren landscapes we encounter are quite intriguing.

Gas only costs about 15 cents per liter here in Iran, so traveling by car is quite cheap. The government keeps the prices low in order to appease its citizens. Also, in contrast to Europe, gas ...

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