Hotel Jey Negin

Jey Street, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel

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A Royal Garden, Carpets & on to Esfahan

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... we reached Na'in with its C10 mosque we were at 1650m. From here we took the road West up into some more substantial Mtns. The pass was at 2350 (radar bases on the ridge). High tussock grass grazing country. From there we rolled down to Esfahan (1700m), arriving at sunset.

We soon realized we were back in the Big Smoke (E has a pop of 5m), coming to a dead stop in a Friday night traffic jam! As it was peak hour we had a ...

Interesting driver changes

A travel blog entry by matt_werner


... everywhere, I’ll say he looked like he had spent a week in the same clothes working without sleeping in a sweatshop.

During the drive I nodded off a few times (pretty good for someone who can’t sleep on a plane or bus) and woke one time to see the driver’s offsider behind the wheel and the driver coming back down the aisle rubbing his nose like he’d just done a ...

Esfahan, Iran: City of Mosques & Fountains

A travel blog entry by samber

This is a top pick!

With people to see and places to go we were up relatively early to hightail it to the Turkmenistan Embassy in order to submit our VISA's. Arrived to quite a number of people already waiting there, sat around for half an hr or so before the little window opened and everyone rushed forward. No polite English queuing here. Upon handing over the application form, handwritten letter, copy passport and photo Sam was given a curt nod and told that yes we ...

Glorious Esfahan

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen


... not see a single pigeon the whole time we were there! Next we visited a cemetery with 25,000 graves each with a picture of the deceased from the 8 year invasion by Iraq. Although Sayeed spoken in death of the other sites he remained brief over the details of the war. On to a surprising Christian building in the Armenian district, the Vank Cathedral. The interior an intriguing mixture of Islamic tiles and Christian frescoes and ...

Feeling hot hot hot

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome


... 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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