Iran Hotel

Address: Andarzgoo Ave, Mashad, Iran | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Andarzgoo Ave, Mashad, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Mashad

    The Holiest City in Iran

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 05, 2014

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    My crossing into Iran was easier than expected except it's a way complicated border. My driver took me to the first Turkmenistan checkpoint, where there was a queue - so he spoke to the guards and I jumped the queue (grumbly rumblings from the natives - quite right too - and if I had stood in the queue it might have prevented later problems). All …

    Mashad (Iran)

    A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Jun 07, 2014

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    The last destination in our Iran tour was Mashad which was a few hundred km's away from Kermen so required a bush camp on the way. Our tour guide Rafi had told us we could camp at an oasis that night so we headed for there through the heat of desert. We had to stop at a military base just outside of the oasis to get their permission to enter so once we had gone through the rigmarole of that we were free to go in. Once we got there it turned out that Rafi had actually organised ...

    Black is back....

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on Sep 19, 2012

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    We were up in time to have a good breakfast before setting off for the border. I made sure I had my most conservative outfit on...a long dark blue silk top that came down to mid thigh and up to the neck, black baggy pants and a black skivvy underneath to cover any wrists or neckline that threatened to peek out. The scarf however, could wait until the border. I was already cooking! There was no point in being too early as it didn't open till nine. Amazingly, the taxi called by our ...

    Welcome To Iran

    A travel blog entry by silkroadstu on Dec 24, 2011

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    ... to do so within their own houses. Out on the street it is a different matter. Mashhad is one of the most religiously conservative cities in Iran and Islamic customs are strictly adhered to. Women cover themselves with black chadors, men and women only interact with each other if they are married and black flags hang on building marking the mourning of martyrs gone before. His friends were extremely friendly and we ended up having quite a late night, ...

    Mecca in Iran - Mashhad

    A travel blog entry by teesurasak on Apr 11, 2011

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    ... and they often have blue and green eyes with Roman noses.

    Next morning I woke up at 8am and made an excursion to Sarakhs, 130km away from Mashhad and took 3 hours by bus. Sarakhs is on the border with Turkmenistan, there is nothing much in this little border town and the only highlight and remarkable is Rubat Sharaf. Built in the 12th century, and it is one of the oldest and largest Caravanserai in Persia.
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