Kowsar Hotel

No 8 Shahid Malaee Ave., Vali E Asr Str., Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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Tehran, Iran: Sleeping in Airports

A travel blog entry by samber

Let the 22 hr journey commence. At 11am we jumped in a taxi and headed out to Mashhad Airport, some 20 min drive away for which we were charged 50,000 (US$1.60). Certainly puts things in perspective when we were charged 100,000 (US$3.30) from the bus station to hotel (10 min drive) when we first arrived. Then we had the prick who charged us 200,000 (US$6.60) just to get stuck in traffic for 20 min. Live and learn. Flight was painless and surprisingly big with seat configuration of ...

Goodbye Armenia, I'll be back

A travel blog entry by matt_werner

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Next stop were the ruins of Zvartnots, which was quite a large temple back in the day but not much of it remains now, just some ruins. The bride and groom we saw earlier were there for photos, and a group of school kids on a tour with the Armenian MILF Brigade.













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Man and woman / Mann und Frau

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad

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... is quieter than I thought, but to live as a pedestrian is very dangerous because the car and motorcyclist (~ 150cc) only interested if it has more space in front, if so is being driven. It is not interested in the driver whether the signal light is red, pedestrians on the zebra stripes or a cop on the corner. If a gap is free and will be driven! OK, the pedestrian is not interested in whether or not red signal. To go across the street is a bit of cat and mouse ...

My 12 days with hijab

A travel blog entry by irelandbound

10

... your visual field and possibly hearing - try crossing a busy road or driving a car with your sideways vision and head movements impaired. I guess it's what it represents that I question, and I feel that must be how the very secular population of Iran feels about it (from conversations that we frequently had with intelligent, well educated Iranians, it's apparent that they're over religion, that they don't believe that women have half the value of men and ...

A day in the life of Tehran

A travel blog entry by dornalar

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... be total strangers. Some walk off carrying their freshly baked bread atop their various other purchases while others come prepared with the special wrap neatly tucked under the arm. Youngsters as old as seven can be seen impatiently standing on one foot then the other as they run through in their heads the next demeanours. Chador clad women sail by, managing with great dexterity to hold closed their veil and carry their bread at the same time. It seems that some young men ...

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This hotel, located on No 8 Shahid Malaee Ave., Vali E Asr Str., Tehran, is near Persepolis, Pasargadae, Khajou Bridge, and Si-o-Se Bridge.
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