TripAdvisor Reviews Iran Hotel Tabriz
Travel Blogs from Tabriz
... thirsty, hungry and mentally exhausted.
Now if you can imagine the Christmas Pageant that is kind of what if feels like to drive the Queen Mary in Iran. Welcome to Iran is shouted out of many cars along with mad waving, big smiles and people wanting to ask questions. Yes whilst we are driving in what Darren and I can only describe as the worst traffic we have ever experienced. If you can consider we have driven in both New Dehli ...
... 20-30 years behind Canada and have some much different and perhaps bigger challenges ahead. I sincerely hope they can use the photos, banners, and the experience in their marketing materials to educate the public about littering and recycling. The rest of the cycling day was a terrific combo of idyllic scenery in the early morning and mid afternoon riding alone at my pace. In between, strong headwinds forced 6 of ...
... fresh double decker burger to wash it all down.
These people know how to eat!
We did achieve one thing today, other than solid progress down the path to obesity, which was taking the 'telecabin' (cable car) up the hill to have a look around. It's a good view of town on the way up, and finishes amidst impressive, jagged, red hill country... reminiscent of Indiana Jones or Star Wars.
Spent the rest of the day chilling with Reza and the ...
... another late night visit, this time with to Ali's sister and husband. She leads an NGO recycling program in its infancy with significant challenges ahead, some that we don't have in Canada. I offered my help. He manages their magnificent cactus collection of 2000 specimens covering 1200 species. Simply amazing! In bed at 1 am with alarm set for 4:45 AM to catch a 7 AM ...
... hours can be summed up as: meet, greet, eat, sleep, eat and meet the baby. Once fed, watered and welcomed we set off to tour Tabriz. Some observations: - one block almost exclusive to cell phones - the Mossalla Mosque which accommodates 500,000 every Friday - their Grand bazaar with 20 kms of 'streets' and shops therein is the largest ceilinged bazaar in the world - walnuts eaten 'wet', recently harvested but not yet dried. You peal the ...
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