Hotel Melal

Address: Vali Asr Bird, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vali Asr Bird, Esfahan.
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Travel Blogs from Esfahan

People - including me

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 09, 2014

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... to picnic.

A shared table. Soheil and I stopped for coffee and the only place to sit was sharing a table with these young ladies (who spoke excellent English). The one immediately to my right just finishing her architecture MA in Esfehan and looking for a place ideally in the USA to do her PhD. Her friend becoming a teacher of English as a Second Language. You will notice that they manage not to fully comply with the Islamic dress code ...


A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 06, 2014

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... Of course, since we will be travelling for another fifteen months, with no job applied for, let alone affirmed as yet, as regards souvenirs, we must exercise extreme prudence both in terms of weight and cost. To see how utterly I flouted both rules within the day, read on.)

Our next stop was Chehel Sotoun (Forty Columns Palace) of the Safavid dynasty; outside it may be spectacular, but the paintings that decorate the interior are ...

Esfahan (or Isfahan)

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 22, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... were collected to use on the farms. Sadly, most have been gazumped by chemical fertilisers. Khaju bridge is the most impressive of the many bridges spanning the (at the moment) dry river bed. With incredible acoustics in the lower arches, people practiced their singing there. We had a peaceful walk in some lovely gardens, saw a very old bridge, then decided on a quiet afternoon after a late lunch. Tomorrow we go to Shiraz. I don't hold much hope for a nice drop of ...

Isfahan Day 2

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 31, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... 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 to come to Isfahan to help build a beautiful capital city. The Armenians were a people renowned for their artistic talent and expertise. They have stayed ever since and the Church of St Joseph, known as Vank ...

Isfahan - known as half the world

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 30, 2014

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... section of the Bazaar e Bozorg to access the Imam Square. It is far more touristy than the one we just visited in Kashan. It extends for kilometers and mostly dates early 17 Century, although the oldest parts adjacent to the Imam mosque are 1000 years old.

* The construction of Imam Square started in 1602 and took 17 years to finish. There's a fair bit of sightseeing to do here - the Shah's Ali Qapu Palace, the Imam Mosque and the smaller ...