Iranshahr Hotel

Address: 75, Southern Iranshahr St., Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 75, Southern Iranshahr St., Tehran.
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    Travel Blogs from Tehran

    Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

    A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Sep 26, 2014

    19 photos

    ... but it is difficult to find a couple walking the streets embraced. All women must wear a veil, impossible to find one without, cover legs and arms is also mandatory and wear a blouse that covers up to the knee also. Someone may be asking, but what happens if I don’t use? Well, the police and the society will "remember" you. Yes, they will ask you directly to that cover. I had no problem in adapting myself to this culture, excepting the heat I felt with so many cloths in all, ...

    Higher ground

    A travel blog entry by wallsy on Aug 28, 2014

    3 photos

    After a couple of days in Tehran it was time to make tracks. The plan... head to Qazvin and check out Alamut Valley. I got in late arvo after a reasonably successful outing on Iranian transport.

    It took a couple of goes to figure out the bus... firstly which one, and secondly how to get a seat. I found the best way is to match the pace of the approaching bus, rip the cargo door open the second it stops, lob the bag in like some mad, juiced up hammer-throw ...

    Into the Countryside (to Qazvin)

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 02, 2013

    26 photos

    2 Oct dawned much the same as yesterday so I expect another fine & sunny 30 deg day. Rain hasn't been seen for months & is still away off.
    My breakfast was eaten to an accompaniment of the theme from The Godfather (wonder if anyone gets the irony?) and then a haunting reedy Persian folk tune which evoked the mountains.....
    More tree-lined streets today as we made our way to the intercity taxi terminal. It was located near the iconic Azadi (ie peace) ...

    A day in the life of Tehran

    A travel blog entry by dornalar on May 07, 2013

    68 photos

    ... Every day in Iran starts and ends with a place in the queue for fresh bread. Ah the heavenly smell of fresh cooked bread straight from the oven! There is a variety of flat bread available in Iran and even the smallest neighbourhood will have its Nanvayi or bread shop. Photos of some of the local nans (bread) have been attached. Locals stand patiently in line and discussions about local economy, family and health issues and mild philosophical subjects are carried on with people ...

    Been Through The Desert On A Bike With No Name

    A travel blog entry by techhdarre on Jul 26, 2012

    12 comments, 14 photos

    ... the mesh entrance of my tent!"

    AND then realizing fully that this is exactly what I want to be doing! Exactly what I am meant to be doing.

    It is so random, and so perfect. All of it, the biking, the bursting in on vastly different cultures and terrains, toying with completely different ways of experiencing the world (...a tent?) and being moved.

    Moved and completely engaged and present to my experience here. To the multitude ...