Hotel Moshir Garden
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- Airport Transportation
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... having lunch and dinner in the hotel – something we usually never do. But at least there was vegetarian food available.
Our room is quite interesting as it has no windows, but a little skylight in the ceiling with coloured pieces of round glass that lets an astonishing amount of light in. I marveled that different coloured glass pieces (white,blue, red, green and yellow) could create white ...
... 163 m wide. The Shah's palace overlooks the Square and from the terrace he would watch or even participate in polo matches (the goal posts are still there at one end) and the 'occasional 'public hanging. It has changed little since it was built. Sometimes a camera, certainly one held in the hands of an amateur, cannot do justice to the beauty of what you see. And so it is with Imam Square in a setting sun, against the backdrop of the Sofeh Mountains. ...
... feeding the camels, we set off. Camels were soon swapped for walking, as we climbed dunes and hills. The views from the top were pretty excellent. Masoud explained that if you kept walking, you would find yourself in Pakistan or Afghanistan before you found civilization again. We also came across a grisly scene where a pidgeon had met its end at the talons of an eagle. See the picture of the eagle's footprints! As it got dark we built a fire in ...
... the very popular Shahrzad Restaurant, a city institution. Great decor - Qajar style wall paintings, stained glass, mirror work etc. A bustling atmosphere, rather like Sydney Yum Cha on a Sun lunch. Brisk service, good food ( lamb shanks, mixed kebab, salad); locals queueing at the door for a table.
After, we strolled down to the once flowing Zayandeh R to see the famous Si-o-Seh Bridge with its 33 golden floodlit arches. Pity about ...
... bus station in one piece and we taxied it to the Safir Hotel, in the main part of town. Hotel room had a whiff of cigarettes which got stronger when I turned on the air con, so the window stayed open for the rest of the time there.
First sightseeing in Esfahan was Chehel Sotoun, some pretty ...