Laleh International Hotel Iran
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I checked into my hotel in Tehran and then zipped upstairs to get cleaned up. I had no evening plans on my itinerary, but Bahman did not want to drive home in rush hour traffic and told me rather forlornly he had nothing to do while he waited out the traffic. He wanted to know if I would join him for tea. Why of course!
A half hour later I …
I knew heading into my trip that if I wanted to visit Iran I would have to be covered for the two week duration of my stay as is required under Iran's interpretation of Islamic law. What I found particularly interesting about this proposition,though, is that the mandate is not truly based on any teaching in the Koran. In fact, some countries …
We basically spent the time trying to navigate the crazy traffic, we found the same old hotel that we stayed in last time we were here.
Unfortunately we had to leave the Micra in Tehran.
It was a sad end of the journey with the car. We really did get quite
attached to the old girl. She did over 14 and a half thousand KM! Never
missed a single beat. Oil and water stayed where they should the whole
way. Only had to replace a light bulb and fix a punctured tyre. The ...
... a temple where they practiced Zoroastrianism, the local religion. Now I was just starting to like this place when Varius told me that he was one of these phony-baloney Zoro-whatevers, too. I told him good night and marched off. The true gods were the Roman gods and I would accept no substitutes. Even if these fellas did have some fine spices.
The next day I took Jimmyboy out onto the road and we headed into China. ...
... and similar on the sound system - could have been any city haven in the world except for that unique Iranian style (people talk quietly, privately, appearing reserved but quick to give us, as foreigners, a nod and a smile, and nothing feeling hurried or pressured). We just had espressos and cake, and virgin mojitos, but enjoyed every minute. We then walked to the Glass and Ceramics museum, which is housed in a beautiful building (once a private Persian family's mansion, ...
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Great service, friendly staff, clean rooms, excellent food. The business center was easy to access and the lobby was very comfortable.
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