Hotel Moshir Garden

Address: Enghelab Ave, Yazd, Iran | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Enghelab Ave, Yazd.
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      Yazd

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... Every house we have gone into is cool without actually having air conditioning. Iran really does have amazing architecture that not only produces beautiful buildings, but the buildings also have fantastic acoustics or air conditioning or underground water channels. It all works.

      So we meandered through the almost empty lanes looking at a mosque where people were actually praying which was a nice change, historic houses and ...

      Esfahantastic!

      A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 06, 2014

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      ... art; how utterly apposite to history, how frustrating for us shallow stoppers-by! Our experience of the magnificent acoustics, thankfully, was undimmed.
      Next was the Masjed-e Sheikh Lotfollah, and finally we returned to secularism, by touring the Kakh-e Ali Qapu (Ali Qapu Palace). A non-religious site it may have been, and yet at either gate post is still to be espied a strong tether, where a pair of steeds were once constantly ...

      Isfahan - known as half the world

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... back to our hotel along the bank of the bone dry River Zeihadeh. We cross the Si o Seh bridge, built in 1650 but now shut to traffic because of fear for its structure. It is 298 metres long and its 33 arches are beautifully illuminated. The central arch is the biggest and we come across a jamming session by a guitarist and violinist duet, both of whom are singing Iranian lyrics. They are attracting quite an audience. Listening to live music is a great way to end the ...

      A Royal Garden, Carpets & on to Esfahan

      A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 25, 2013

      ... 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 ...

      In & Around Yazd

      A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 24, 2013

      ... ripe pomegranates on the trees with no one to harvest them & perfect weather.
      Next stop, half an hour away & within a maze of jagged dry mountains, was Chak Chak. This is Iran's most important Zoroastrian pilgrimage site. It is located way up high on a dramatic cliff face; inhospitable terrain if I've ever seen it. Yet it was here, so the legend says, that the Sassanid princess Nikbanuh fleeing the Arab invasion threw her staff against the rock ...