Karimkhan Hotel

Imam Reza St., Mashad, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mashad

Mashhad, Iran: Doomsday

A travel blog entry by samber

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... Uzbekistan. Discussing flights with travel agent we're told there is one flight on Thursday Mashhad - Istanbul - Tashkent for US$750 each (you've got to be kidding) and another on Friday Tehran - Tashkent for US$210 but we would need to fly Mashhad - Tehran on the Thursday in order to get it. We ask "Is there nothing earlier.... like now?!?". "No, I'm afraid they are your only options". Bugger. 1130: Back to the hotel to investigate flight options, curse, swear and ...

Into Iran.

A travel blog entry by irelandbound


... we'd bought at the nearby Russian bazaar along with some Turkish style spinach/pumpkin stuffed flat breads).
We also said goodbye to Yevgenia, who has been a wealth of information (she was the deputy director of the archaeology museum in Mary for 20 yrs).
Met our driver in the hotel lobby this morning at 9:30, and he took John and I and the other man who's on our tour to the Turkmenistan/Iran border, which is up in the Kopek Dag mountains. ...

Holiest City of Iran - Day 28

A travel blog entry by krisbolt


... if we have USD note they wanted to trade. They wanted to keep USD note as memorabilia. OK, some of you may not know about this thing between Iran and America. There's sanction, which mean restrict trading with the outside of Iran. We had to use black market to trade money from USD to Iranian Rials and vice versa. It's the only way to able to do. It's impossible to use ATM in Iran using Visa debit card or similar!

My group leader was assigned to ...

The Gems of Persia

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren


... and thousands of locals who congregate around these bridges to have family time, smoke qalyan, and just chill out the best way Persians know how. And once you’re done at the bridges, head to the Old Jam-e mosque and the Armenian Cathedral to complete your Persian gems search in Esfahan. The Old Jam-e mosque was a beauty. A massive mosque dating back to the ninth century BC, its interior is without the colourful tiles, simply plain mud tiles, but truly ...

Black is back....

A travel blog entry by timshazz


... cabs than private cars...it would be quicker this way (and I think the tolls were less as well). Whatever..

The trip was quite uneventful. The scenery through the mountains was quite stunning but the towns were definitely nothing to look at. About 3 hours later we were on the outskirts of Mashad...which was waaayyyy bigger and busier than we imagined. Next we knew the taxi had stopped and was telling us to get in another one. We were a bit annoyed at this as we had paid to ...


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