Melal Apartment Hotel
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... up the next morning the world looked completely different.
We briefly met the German couple for breakfast and then they were off to their next destination Masuleh where we are going tomorrow while Alex and I decided to do our first hike up to the Alamut Castle one of the reasons we wanted to stay in this area. But first breakfast, which was very simple, but superbly delicious. Only the flat white bread you get everywhere in Iran, egg, honey and feta ...
... jeans/pants they would not look out of place in Paris. Really amazing, especially considering the heat that I experienced in Tehran even in October.
Pictures to give an idea of how women dress in Tehran (not everywhere in Iran) – courtesy of https://manteausdaily.wordpress.com/cat egory/north-tehran-lifestyle/
Funny, but true article about fashion in Iran - ...
... e o cuidado com o próximo é marca registrada desse povo. Quando eu coloquei minha trip no couchsurfing e recebi tantos convites que fui incapaz de responder a todos, de iranianos abrindo as portas das suas casas pra me hospedar, percebi mesmo antes de chegar ao país que as pessoas aqui eram mais hospitaleiras que em qualquer outra grande cidade. Fiquei na casa da graciosa Sahar e sua familia, meu couchsurfing em Tehran. Antes de continuar, preciso fazer uma pausa e agradecer ...
... With an enormous playground, chess boards, and table tennis tables, the park is understandably packed with families enjoying the cooler temperatures dusk brings. The park also has an artist's exhibition hall (hence the name), along with a café and vegetarian restaurant.
Next day I am up and off, with my first stop being the old US Embassy - the notorious 'US Den of Espionage'. The remnants of the United States seal are still visible on the front gate, but other ...
... conduct and remarkably little accidents occur. In my opinion, it beats China & Thailand by far in terms of busyness. In Tehran I actually did little actual '"tourism". i.e. I kept a long distance from museums, mosques and the like. Rather I tried to immerse myself into Tehrani and Iranian culture, which worked out quite well.
People in Iran are actually the friendliest, most forthcoming, most helpful I have ever encountered in any country. Wherever I go I was ...