Hotel Laleh Yazd

Address: Bassij Blv, Yazd, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bassij Blv, Yazd.
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        Travel Blogs from Yazd

        Lovely Yazd, Calm and Nice

        A travel blog entry by harryabroad on Jul 28, 2015

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        ... for Laundry. A necessary evil whilst travelling in the desert. Trouble is everytime we subject our clothes to the Iranian laundry system the come back smaller than they went in. Being a woman I have to cover everything, not easy when the sleaves of my light shirts are getting shorter with each wash. I even went to the effort of demonstrating the problem at the hotel reception and asking if ...

        Yazd - Kermen (Iran)

        A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Jun 07, 2014

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        ... Iran has THREE months worth of public holidays off a year, including every Friday when they shut everything down to spend the day praying). We made it to the national library first which is supposed to have an amazing interior, to discover it wasn't open. I did however get followed around the gardens of the library by a seedy middle aged man who then proceeded to give my bum a good groping on the way out as he overtook us. The annoying thing was he wouldn't of dared to do that ...

        The proof is in the desert

        A travel blog entry by hanush on Dec 11, 2013

        26 photos

        ... sun. Most buildings have a windcatcher, (called a badgir) protruding from the roof. These towers catch the breeze, funnel it over a shallow pool of water to cool the air, then vent it inside. If you ever played the computer game "Dune" (or read the novels by the same name) you will easily be able to picture Yazd.

        The town owes its survival to a network of underground water chanels, called quanats. These run for many ...

        In & Around Yazd

        A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 24, 2013

        ... Chak, and the other an old Baluchi prayer mat with lotus theme. They had such wonderful carpets.....but I thought I should sleep on it & seek Naser's counsel.
        Had dinner with Naser & his wife at their apartment - gracious, welcoming hosts. They had a great collection of carpets & antiques. One especially caught my eye - a beaten metal Timurid water jug (Naser just beamed as he showed me his collection). A delightful way to mark my last Yazdi ...

        Yazd & The Badgir Population

        A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Aug 06, 2013

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        ... main hotel for a buffet meal, all you can eat. I particularly enjoyed the camel stew type thing, it tasted a bit like goat but much bigger. Normally I would relish all you can eat, and devour vast quantities. I only managed 2 moderate platefuls and was stuffed. I reckon I have lost over a stone. With mixed feelings of leaving the chunky man I was behind, and glad I am down to an Asian XL, Jane and I went for a late night stroll through ...