Hotel Moshir Garden

Enghelab Ave, Yazd, Iran | Hotel
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In & Around Yazd

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... emerged. We made the steep, stepped climb (beside small gumtrees & olives) to the cave source of the drip. Pir-e-Sabz fire temple is within. Fabulous brass doors with an image of Zarthost (aka Zoroaster). After paying our respects and preparing to descend a kindly man appeared offering us tea. It turned out that he was a Parsee from Bombay, part of an extended Bombay/Yazdi family, a number of whom were gathered & picnicking at the site. We chatted for a ...

Yazd, Iran: Oldest Town on Earth?

A travel blog entry by samber

... courtyard with daybeds. Our main reason for choosing the hotel was the simple fact it offered an Indian curry so after checking in and dumping our bags we tucked into lunch. Admittedly it wasn't the most amazing curry but after eating nothing but kebab and rice it made for a welcomed change. The town of Yazd itself is made up of a number of mosques (I'm now officially all mosque'd out), a not very big or interesting bazaar, an enchanting mud brick old city, ...

Meet The Zoroastrians

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen

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... the main hotel. It was quintessentially elegant as we gorged on a vast array of cakes and sipped gallons of tea. Then finally we went back to the room to shelter from the heat and let the cakes go down. We headed to the Silk Road Hotel for a much talked about curry and chips for the evening meal, Jane enjoyed an Iranian beef stew with pomegranate and ground walnuts which we absolutely delicious. I had a lovely chicken curry they also had fresh banana milk shakes, ...

Get lost... but not for long!

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome

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... with cake,
chocolate and god knows what else we decided a walk was in need. So nap first to get some energy right and
then we headed down to the main square, there is a lot more people here than in
the old town so seems like a different world down here. After our 50p falafel roll each and a drink
dinner we headed to the bizarre, but we were too late and even though just half
an hour ago it was buzzing ...

Glorious Esfahan

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen

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... bridge and some were signing the same old songs as they sheltered from the sun and intense heat. The other notable bridge was the Si-o-Seh Bridge with its 33 arches spread over 300 metres. It was built by Allahverdi Khan around 1600. We also visited a tower made from mud to house pigeons and protect them from snakes. Pigeons are held in high regard die to the guano fertiliser used for the cities famous field of water melons. ...

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This hotel is located on Enghelab Ave, Yazd.
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