Hotel New Naderi

Address: Djomhouri Ave, 53 , Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Djomhouri Ave, 53 , Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Pasargadae, and Khajou Bridge.
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      Tehran - cont'd

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Sep 29, 2014

      ... find the right amounts even if we have figured it out. I started counting the zeros on each bill to make sure I was actually handing over 500,000 rials and not 50,000.

      Iran really is a world of its own and we found that it is really one of the first countries where we have absolutely no clue how to do things, how to get somewhere (which is why we rely on taxis instead of taking the metro as we usually would) and how to really behave ...

      One job undone, lots to undo

      A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 05, 2014

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      ... of Achaemenids, Seleucids and Parthians lay within a few square metres of one another. For my part, anyway, these names are as evocative as myth. The undoubted highlight was basking within arm's reach of a famous frieze of Darius I, the image of which I have seen many times in many tomes.
      Needless to say, festering at the back of our minds, as persistently as "Sire, remember the Athenians" nagged old Xerxes, was the notion that no true Gael in ...

      On yer bike, Mike!

      A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Aug 30, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      FINALLY I get mount my trusty steel and rubber steed and ride north west into the desert. Sounds sort of romantic eh! But first: Get on the bus, Gus! The quantity and quality of traffic in Tehran and until we pass Karaj is too dangerous even for TDA cyclists so they bussed us the first 130 km leaving us only a 50 km flat secondary road to ride. This newbie didn't argue. But first, let me describe a normal day as ...

      Iranian Conversations

      A travel blog entry by louisekeen on May 30, 2014

      4 comments, 167 photos

      ... of Iranian people. Here's a few snippets; "We do not want a political system that is tied to, and forces upon us, religious beliefs", "yes, we live together, in Tehran it's quite common for unmarried couples", "we are agnostic, the regime has killed religion for us" and finally "everyone hates the hijab (women's dress code), it's not just the women who think it's daft" Of course these are the young (and not so young) educated urbanites, the rural areas (by and large) are ...

      Dizin is Amazing!!

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 22, 2013

      ... are working as intended, making life difficult and confusing even for visitors. I'm lucky things have all worked out and really the issues were annoyances more than major problems.

      To end on positive note, the most impressive sight so far has been Mt Damavand, Iran's highest peak at 5600m+. It's a stratovolcano, geology speak for one that's potentially active. It's a distinctive cone ...