Laleh International Hotel Iran
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLaleh International Hotel Iran Tehran
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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... guide book. I have never seen anything like it with straw being stored about the houses and a little stream running through the village. Absolutely gorgeous.
When we were walking towards the river a family who had a picnic asked us to join, but we politely declined. The man then warmly said "Welcome to Iran". What a lovely experience. We then decided to continue driving to actually get some lunch in the next town. When we arrived there we remembered ...
... a lift further up the mountain as the old women sitting around seemed to indicate that our guesthouse is up there. When the old woman wanted to get out we stopped and thought "Great. No guesthouse, but you got a lift". The mood in the car was close to boiling point again with me pointing out several times that we would not have had all these issues had we taken a driver. That of course did not go down too well with Alex.
In the end our guesthouse ...
... que tenha influência de marcas globais, principalmente do mundo da moda, não existe McDonalds, ou KFC aqui (que bom né, pois a comida local é simplesmente deliciosa). Cartões de credito e débito de bancos fora do Irã não funcionam aqui, de forma alguma. Esqueça seus cartões e traga todo dinheiro que precisar, em "cash", que não será muito. Apesar das altas taxas de inflação do país, acima de 20%, é um país relativamente barato para viajar. E as pessoas tornam certas coisas ...
... of the views at the bottom of the mountain and had lunch up there at one of the fast food joints. The taxi driver we had on the way down spoke excellent English and informed us the reason he was a taxi driver even though he had a university degree and studied in Germany was that he was intelligent and the fascism of the government meant they prevented qualified people from working in white collar jobs. This was the first hint of unrest within the country that we ...
... moves. I’m sure we kept the entire train awake in curiosity. When we couldn’t laugh anymore, it was time to try get some rest, in a few hours we would finally be pulling in to Tehran. Nasrin, Aryan, Trace and I laid on our bunks chatting in our own language like teenagers on school camp until we drifted off.
When it was time to wake, we were in action mode. We took turns in dressing and packing, then sat with delirious sadness as the reality of our ...